from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Bread made from cornmeal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. bread made of Indian meal.
- n. a bread made from corn meal.
- n. in the northeastern U. S., a moist and heavy sourdough rye bread.
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She stood up from the lounge chair, brushed a few corn bread crumbs from her shorts, and headed over to the huge spread Cally’s parents had set out underneath a tent on the south side of the lawn.
The conversation broke up with the arrival of Stephen and Johnny Livingstone carrying a bed; Olivia squawked and hurried home, leaving the three men and Kitty to eat Sunday dinner, a makeshift affair of pooled resources—pease cooked with a little salt pork, a dish of rice and onions, corn bread and a dessert of bananas from Richard’s palms, several of which had the peculiar habit of bearing different-looking fruit early.
So she and Ada left the boy mopping his plate with a heel of corn bread and went in the house and banked up the fire and quickly threw together a camping kit to Ruby's specification.
I put Howard Keel's drink and whiskey bottle back in the opening scene, and then ff'd to the barnraising and turned the pan of corn bread back into a jug before I watched Alis.
I saw no corn bread on the trip until on the return I reached Mount Airy,
The old men of the party grew especially weak from such short rations, and when they could no longer walk, even when prodded by rifle barrels, they were fed a gruel made of buttermilk with old corn bread crumbed up in it.