Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having a kernel.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a kernel.

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Examples

  • In the end, a half-dozen blades paid for not quite two dozen barrels of wheat flour, a barrel of maize flour, two barrels of kerneled corn for the chickens, the second true anvil that Nylan had wanted, two large wedges of cheese, and a keg of nails.

    The Chaos Balance

  • The whole room was full of a stirring, wakening life, of the crackling straw fire, of the steaming rice, all white and separate-kerneled in its great, shallow, black iron kettles, lidded with those heavy hand-made wooden lids, while the boiling tea water hissed, and spat out a snake of white steam.

    The Best Short Stories of 1919 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story

  • English, and talked of all the rest; built in the German versions of what is left of the Zend Avesta; encouraged White, Grey and Black Magic, including spiritualism, palmistry, fortune-telling by cards, hot chestnuts, double-kerneled nuts and tallow droppings; would have adopted

    Indian Tales

  • Spiritualism, palmistry, fortune-telling by cards, hot chestnuts, double-kerneled nuts and tallow droppings; would have adopted Voodoo and

    The Lock and Key Library Classic Mystery and Detective Stories: Modern English

  • She was leaning against the barrier of a patent pop-corn establishment, which had given her a sudden reminder of home, and of the winter nights when the sharp-kerneled little red and yellow ears were brought out, and Old Uncle Eph Flanders sat by the kitchen stove, and solemnly filled a great wooden chopping-tray for the refreshment of the company.

    A Country Doctor and Selected Stories and Sketches

  • The richly kerneled and tasselled stalk springs from the death of the solitary seed.

    Death, the Law of Life

  • Thus, though one stoned fruit may be grafted on another, such as the almond or peach on the plum, a stoned fruit cannot be grafted on a kerneled fruit, such as a plum on an apple or a pear.

    The Lady's Country Companion: or, How to Enjoy a Country Life Rationally

  • Made from a base broth of long-simmered pork bones, onion and garlic, pozole is just as equally about the hominy, or large-kerneled white corn, that comes from Mexico.

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  • A hefty wedge of cool, cooked sweet potato comes on the side, as does a short cob of colossally kerneled choclo (corn).

    Miami New Times | Complete Issue

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