a field in which corn is grown.
a field planted with cereal crops
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But at the crooked laughed, and called it a thief in the cornfield.
Animals were still abundant, but the community they formed was about as species rich as a cornfield.
The pattern is set early in the film when two nosy television reporters venture into a cornfield and feel ominous stirrings.
The bus went off the road and plunged down an embankment, coming to rest in a cornfield.
Her body was left along a dusty rural road, near a cornfield not far from the center of the city.
If a straw falls from a poll in a cornfield and no one reports it.
Leroy had taken the raccoon down near the lake and let it go in the cornfield there.
The airplane subsequently impacted into a cornfield, and the pilot and flight instructor were fatally injured.
There was a mowed path that directly abutted another cornfield.
Compare the cornfield's elevation to the elevation based on a topographic map of your school.
There are several ways to prepare a cornfield to attract doves.