Definition of Cornlands

1. cornland [n] - See also: cornland



Cornlands Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cornlands

cornifies
corniform
cornify
cornifying
cornigerous
cornily
cornin
corniness
corninesses
corning
corniplume
corniplumes
cornist
cornists
cornland
cornlands (current term)
cornless
cornlike
cornloft
cornlofts
cornmarket
cornmarkets
cornmeal
cornmeal agar
cornmeal disease
cornmeal mush
cornmeals
cornmill
cornmills
cornmoth

Literary usage of Cornlands

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1. Water Supply of South Africa, and Facilities for the Storage of it by John Croumbie Brown (1877)
"... from time to time, been made for supplying the villages of Swellendam and Heidelberg with water, by damming up the cornlands River and the ..."

2. Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy (1895)
"It stands with its gaunt, unattractive, ancient church, and its new red brick suburb, amid the open, chalk-soiled cornlands, near the middle of an imaginary ..."

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