- a ventilated structure for the storage of unhusked corn.
Origin of corncrib
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Examples from the Web for corncrib
And Tom kept the corncrib locked, so Laddie and Russ could not get into it again.Six Little Bunkers at Grandma Bell's
Laura Lee Hope
Rags and blisters and a bit of corncrib penance for himself!
Kenny climbed a fence and entered the corncrib by a flight of rickety steps.
Then, when they were sure the soldiers did not see them, they ran behind the corncrib.Stories of American Life and Adventure
A huge rat, driven from his home under the corncrib, ran past Betty in the dark.Betty Gordon at Bramble Farm
Alice B. Emerson
- mainly US and Canadian a ventilated building for the storage of unhusked maize
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