Definition of Cornmeal

1. Noun. Coarsely ground corn.

Exact synonyms: Indian Meal
Generic synonyms: Meal
Substance meronyms: Hoecake, Cornmeal Mush, Mush, Polenta



Definition of Cornmeal

1. Noun. Dried corn (maize) milled (ground) to a coarse meal. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cornmeal

1. meal made from corn [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cornmeal

corniness
corninesses
corning
corniplume
corniplumes
cornist
cornists
cornland
cornlands
cornless
cornlike
cornloft
cornlofts
cornmarket
cornmarkets
cornmeal (current term)
cornmeal agar
cornmeal disease
cornmeal mush
cornmeals
cornmill
cornmills
cornmoth
cornmoths
cornmuse
cornmuses
corno
cornoid lamella
cornpipe
cornpipes

Literary usage of Cornmeal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"Two of the best foods for this purpose are oatmeal and cornmeal, which are richer in ... oatmeal another, and cornmeal the next morning perhaps. ..."

2. The Creole Cookery Book (1885)
"Take 6 spoonfuls of flour and 3 of cornmeal, with a little salt, sift them, ... cornmeal RUSK. ' Take 6 cups of cornmeal, 4 of flour, 2 cups of molasses, ..."

3. War Reminiscences and Stuart's Cavalry Campaigns by John Singleton Mosby (1911)
"CHAPTER XIX To FORT PULASKI — ROTTEN cornmeal AND PICKLED RATIONS—A PLOT LAID On the 17th of October the prisoners were notified to ..."

4. The Something-different Dish by Marion Harris Neil (1915)
"... a Southern bread containing rice and cornmeal ' Parliaments" are cakes made and sold in Scotland when Parliament was held in Edinburgh 'Siamese Twins" ..."

5. Personal Reminiscences of the War of 1861-5: In Camp--en Bivouac--on the by William Henry Morgan (1911)
"... ROTTEN cornmeal AND PICKLED RATIONS—A PLOT LAID On the 17th of October the prisoners were notified to be ready to move at daylight next morning. ..."

6. Books and My Food: Original Recipes with Literary Quotations for Every Day by Elisabeth Luther Cary, Annie Maria Jones (1906)
"Mix cornmeal, sugar, salt, and baking powder together; add the other ingredients after melting the butter and putting the rice through the colander. ..."

7. Kentucky Receipt Book by Mary Harris Frazer (1903)
"Rye flour may be substituted for cornmeal. Corn Dodgers/. One pint of cornmeal, 1 teaspoon cold lard, 1 teaspoon salt, mix with water and sweet milk in ..."

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