a variety of field corn, Zea mays indentata, having yellow or white kernels that become indented as they ripen.
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How to use dent corn in a sentence
The trio called it Whiskey Acres and the facility opened in 2014, making bourbon and vodka with their yellow dent corn.
Grits — beloved throughout the American South and among those with connections to it — are traditionally made from dent corn.A guide to cornmeal, grits and polenta — and how to know when to use them | Aaron Hutcherson | March 5, 2021 | Washington Post
Seven tons consisted of a large, late maturing yellow dent corn (Leaming), which had been planted May 28, 1887.Secrets of Wise Men, Chemists and Great Physicians | William K. David
I have listened to endless discussions as to the relative merits of flint and dent corn.Adventures In Friendship | David Grayson