Definition of Corncakes

1. Noun. (plural of corncake) ¹



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Definition of Corncakes

1. corncake [n] - See also: corncake

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corncakes

cornage
cornages
cornamute
cornamutes
cornball
cornbind
cornbraid
cornbraided
cornbraiding
cornbraids
cornbrash
cornbread
cornbreads
corncake
corncakes (current term)
corncob
corncobs
corncockle
corncockles
corncrake
corncrakes
corncrib
corncribs
corncutter
corncutters
corndodger
corndodgers
corndog
corndogs

Literary usage of Corncakes

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1. Tales of the Tepee by Edward Everett Dale (1920)
""Besides," said he, "I can eat Rabbit afterward if the honey, corncakes, ... Sure enough, there were great platters of corncakes, big wooden bowls of honey, ..."

2. Catalogue of a Collection of Objects Illustrating the Folklore of Mexico by Frederick Starr (1899)
"corncakes from the oven!). The makers of mats or petates of Puebla appear to have no other market than Mexico to dispose of them : thus they all scatter ..."

3. Sunsetby Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1910)
"Their books sell quicker than corncakes, buttered and toasted—simply because they cheer, and make joy, and kill all blues and browns. ..."

4. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"(Of course the shells went to the bottom of the pot,) The "hickory milk," strained of its shell fragments and thickened with meal, made corncakes fit for a ..."

5. The Works of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt (1889)
"... hominy and corncakes, and a cool drink made from honey and water,21 besides another made from fermented corn, which tasted much like cider.22 They ..."

6. Baptist Missionary Magazine by American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1904)
"Each coolie carries his own supply of food in the form of dry corncakes, made of cornmeal and cold water mixed and baked on a fire of coals. ..."

7. Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican: A Historical, Geographical, Political by Brantz Mayer (1852)
"His food, purchased at the corner of a street from one of the peripatetic cooks, consists of a few tortillas or corncakes, steeped in a pan of Chili peppers ..."

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