cornfed

[kawrn-fed]
adjective
1.
fed on corn: cornfed cattle.
2.
having a well-fed, healthy, and guileless appearance: the open enthusiasm of these handsome, cornfed youngsters.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see corn1, fed

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