hard corn n.
A corn located over a toe joint. Also called heloma durum.
Here and there one got possession of an ear of hard corn and accepted it as a three days' ration.
She put the last bit of hard corn bread in her pocket for a further time of need, and began to look about her again.
The hard corn usually occurs on one of the toes, is a more or less conical swelling and may be extremely painful at times.
The force which really grinds the hard corn into flour it terrestrial attraction!
In attempting to bite the hard corn bread furnished by the bakery the teeth often stuck fast and were pulled out.
If a hen is starved she must not have hard corn at first, give her flour bread soaked soft in milk, till she is able to eat corn.
When about to finish them off, many feed for a few weeks on hard corn.