Word of the Day
Apps by Dictionary
A lot vs. Alot: 9 Grammatical Pitfalls
gluten separated from corn during milling, used primarily as a livestock feed.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
Cite This Source
Examples from the web for
meal and biological controls are effective alternatives to chemical herbicides.
meal acts as a preemergence herbicide for lawns and agricultural crops, destroying weeds before they germinate.
Follow this treatment with application of a natural,
-based weed preventer.
The two major feed byproducts are
feed and distillers grains plus solubles.
meal applicator for weed control in organic vegetable production.
is a byproduct of the wet milling of corn for starch.
meal application methods for weed control.
also acts as a high-nitrogen organic fertilizer as well as a weed suppressant.
meal application methods for organic weed control and squash production.
Some examples of allowed ingredients are: cedar oil,
meal, and mint oil.
Discover our greatest slideshows
9 Words to Help You Navigate the...
7 Chinese Loanwords to Expand Your...
Poodle, Basset & Beagle: 10 Dog...
A Look at 8 Expressions with Heart
Browse more topics on our blog
What Is the Difference Between Discreet and Discrete?
Learn the correct uses of these two commonly confused homophones.
What Character Was Removed from the Alphabet?
What mistaken pronunciation gave this character its name?
This small mark has two primary uses: to signify possession or omitted letters.
How Do I Get a Word into the Dictionary?
People invent new words all the time, but which ones actually make it?
Word of the Day
Difficulty index for
Few English speakers likely know this word
Word Value for
Words With Friends
Nearby words for corn gluten
cormack, allan macleod
corn on the cob