The week before he was trying to blow bubbles with it, only he had corn-silk in it then instead of soapsuds.
Her hair, bleached the color of corn-silk, fell over her face in elfin wildness.
Ah, Sor Conte, she had blue eyes, and her hair was like the corn-silk.
From velvet muzzle to sweeping tail, from mottled croup to fetlocks, she shone in the sunlight like corn-silk.
Well, the summer has gathered up her corn-silk draperies, put on her rose-trimmed hat, and tripped over the border land at last.
Her pale blue eyes, like the painted eyes of a china doll, were red with constant tears under their corn-silk lashes.
Can you put the corn-silk back on the corn, or the down on the catkins—say?
He took out his pipe and filled it from a handful of corn-silk in his jumper pocket.
But then "her eyes were blue as morning-glories and her hair was jist like corn-silk, so yaller and fluffy."
The postmaster was one of the china-eyed, corn-silk Swedes, and he owned quite a bit of Goldstone.