corncob pipe

corncob

[kawrn-kob]
noun
1.
the elongated woody core in which the grains of an ear of corn are embedded.
2.
Also called corncob pipe. a tobacco pipe with a bowl made from a corncob.

Origin:
1780–90, Americanism; corn1 + cob1

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corncob (ˈkɔːnˌkɒb)
 
n
1.  the core of an ear of maize, to which kernels are attached
2.  short for corncob pipe

corncob pipe
 
n
a pipe made from a dried corncob

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