soft corn n.
A corn formed by pressure between two toes, with a surface softened by moisture. Also called heloma molle.
In that way the soft corn will pay pretty well after all, for fat stock brings a good price.
If the corn is between two toes where it becomes macerated by heat and moisture it is called a soft corn.
So she has by her side a small pot of soft corn pone and a pot of water or palm oil.
soft corn is sometimes called sweet corn, on the principle, "sweet are the uses of adversity."
Mab promised she would not, though she loved the feel of the soft corn silk.
Well, it wus made from soft corn bread wid bacon grease, onions, black pepper an' boiled eggs.
But you are stuffing me with soft corn—I see you are by your laughing.
The soft corn occurs between the toes and is usually a more painful condition.