Three of these "nubbins," which had been preserved, I saw many years after the war.
Every morning nubbins gets up and tries to wake up White Nose.
It could handle only one ear of corn at a time and it was neither shaped properly nor adjustable enough to get the nubbins.
And I'm afeard they'll be a heap of nubbins not wuth the shuckin'.
So poor indeed, that it was capable of producing nothing but nubbins (corn) from which it derived its name.
And that was a poor farm in a remote part of Indiana, in a little place that was so poor that the corn was all nubbins.
One is filled with nubbins; the other with large, shapely, well-matured ears of corn.
It may have been the intention of the stone masons to remove these nubbins after the wall was completed.
The faces of the ashlars are nicely finished except for several rough bosses or nubbins.