Origin of husk
OTHER WORDS FROM huskhusker, nounhusklike, adjectiveun·husked, adjective
How to use husk in a sentence
There are all kinds of other shell defects, like a partial husk or dark spots from sunburn that discolors the shell, which in turn means the kernel won’t be very good quality.The machines that get walnuts from trees to your mouth|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Once they have fallen out of their husks, buckeyes can have a similar appearance to acorns, but unlike acorns, buckeyes are toxic and unable to be leached.13 edible plants you can still find in the winter|By Tim MacWelch/Outdoor Life|December 1, 2020|Popular-Science
But when I went into the bathroom all I saw were picture of bands from the 90s—Pearl Jam and Husker Du.He Left Nirvana Because He Had Cooler Things to Do. Like Going to Iraq.|Jacob Siegel|April 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A little later, in October, when I was called to take my place as corn-husker, he was promoted to the plow.A Son of the Middle Border|Hamlin Garland
No: cider-mill, mowing-machine, corn-husker—all faithfully attend to their business.The Confidence-Man|Herman Melville
The nuts are run through the husker a couple of times to assure a clean job of husking.
The nuts are gathered into bushel baskets and hauled in a pick-up truck to the husker.
The cleanly husked nuts drop into a basket at the end of the husker.