Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


However, when it has been husked, it should be cooked at once.

Yet he saw the crop, husked, and watched it through the sheller.

The fruit is gathered, husked, and is then ready for market.

Even this present fall I have husked my corn and backed it into the house.

They husked and ground them, and stored the supply of flour for six months.

"Well, I hopes she has him," Mandy husked an ear of corn viciously.

The farmer pays his rent not in the polished but in the husked rice.

The rice exported from Japan is some of it husked and some of it polished.

Several ears of corn were husked ready for the pot they were to be boiled in.

No special care need be given to green corn, provided it is not husked.