Corn-fed is used with these nouns: ↑chicken

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  • Corn-fed — may refer to: Corn fed beef, beef from cattle that is raised on corn (maize) rather than pasture. As a pejorative: said of a woman, corn fed means one who is strong and healthy, but lacks sophistication, typically an overweight girl or woman from …   Wikipedia

  • Corn Fed — Studio album by Shannon Brown Released February 28, 2006 (2006 02 28) …   Wikipedia

  • corn-fed — (kôrnʹfĕd ) adj. 1. Fed on corn: corn fed pigs. 2. Slang. Healthy and strong, but provincial and unsophisticated. * * * …   Universalium

  • corn-fed — adjective Date: 14th century 1. fed or fattened on grain (as corn) < corn fed hogs > 2. looking well fed ; plump 3. rustically wholesome or corny < corn fed humor > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • corn-fed — adjective 1. fed on corn corn fed livestock • Similar to: ↑nourished 2. strong and healthy but not sophisticated • Similar to: ↑provincial …   Useful english dictionary

  • corn-fed — adjective fed on grain, especially maize. ↘US informal plump; well fed. ↘US informal provincial; unsophisticated …   English new terms dictionary

  • corn-fed —    American (of a female)    plump    Especially referring to one below middle age, from the fattening of livestock on an augmented diet:     The Sunset Barn is what the drugstore counter was later to become for the cornfed beauties of the… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • Corn — is an English word dating back to Anglo Saxon times or earlier meaning cereal or grain. It commonly refers, in modern American usage, to Indian corn, that is, maize, but can also refer to wheat, barley, rye and so on.Early Modern English… …   Wikipedia

  • Corn Belt — noun the midwestern states where corn is grown; Iowa and Illinois are excellent for raising corn and corn fed livestock • Instance Hypernyms: ↑belt • Part Meronyms: ↑Indiana, ↑Hoosier State, ↑IN, ↑Iowa, ↑Hawkeye State, ↑IA …   Useful english dictionary

  • corn — S3 [ko:n US ko:rn] n [Sense: 1 2; Origin: Old English] [Sense: 3; Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: corne horn, corner ; CORNER1] 1.) [U] BrE plants such as wheat, ↑barley …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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