- n. Plural form of cornfield.
“The subject matter is dark but the movie came off so creepy to me and yes the character of the peophile is creepy but I also found the victims portrayal and them all dancing in cornfields equally creepy.”
“It begins, "I will look for you, Grandma, in cornfields of hail.”
“Small huts are built in cornfields after harvest, and the first ears of corn are left there to feed the aluxob.”
“Yellow Oxeye, grows freely, though locally, in English cornfields, its brilliant yellow flowers contrasting handsomely with adjacent”
“The scarlet petals of the wild Poppy, very abundant in English cornfields, when treated with sulphuric acid make a splendid red dye.”
“Also the "bearded Darnel," _Lolium temulentum_ ( "intoxicated"), a common grass-weed in English cornfields, will produce medicinally all the symptoms of drunkenness.”
“The sky was deep blue, populated with puffy white clouds, and the cornfields were their richest August green.”
“It was slightly changed of course because none of the trees were in leaf and the cornfields were the dark grey of the local ploughed earth.”
“A rural underworld has emerged around marijuana, secretive and unknown to outsiders; booby traps are laid in cornfields.”
“Tonight, ah, the cornfields are a sight (are a sight)”
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