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cornstalk the fibrous stem of a corn plant.
cornstarch a fine, starchy flour ground from corn grains, used as a thickener for cooked foods or a source of industrial starch.
corn sugar dextrose, esp. that derived from cornstarch.
corn syrup a sweetener derived from cornstarch, containing glucose, maltose, and dextrin.
cornucopia a mythological goat's horn containing an endless supply of food, used as a symbol of abundance and prosperity; horn of plenty. [3 definitions]
corn whiskey whiskey made from a mash of at least eighty percent corn; corn liquor.
corny (informal) of humor, lacking subtlety; obvious; trite. [2 definitions]
corolla the petals of a flower collectively.
corollary a readily drawn conclusion; deduction or inference. [4 definitions]
corona in meteorology, a ring or series of concentric rings seen around a heavenly body, caused by diffraction due to fine mist or dust in the atmosphere. (See aureole.) [5 definitions]
Corona Borealis a spring constellation in the northern sky, located between Hercules and Bo÷tes; Northern Crown.
coronary of or pertaining to the heart or the blood vessels that supply it. [5 definitions]
coronary insufficiency a medical condition in which the heart muscle does not receive enough oxygenated blood, resulting in angina pectoris or heart failure.
coronary thrombosis the blockage of a coronary artery by a blood clot.
coronation the ceremony at which a sovereign is crowned; crowning.
coroner a public officer employed to investigate by inquest any death not thought to have occurred by natural causes.
coronet a small crownlike ornament or wreath for the head. [2 definitions]
Corp. abbreviation of "Corporation," an association of persons recognized by law and authorized to carry out certain functions with powers independent of the individual members (used in a proper name).
corpora pl. of corpus.
corporal1 of or pertaining to the body; physical.
corporal2 a noncommissioned officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps ranked below sergeant and above private first class.