A structure for storing and drying ears of corn.(noun)
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Use "corncrib" in a sentence
"The corncrib was a tiny affair where a man had to climb out one leg at a time, one morning just as Mr. Hume's father was climbing out with his feed, he was struck over the head with a large club, the next morning he broke the scoop off an iron shovel and fastened the iron handle to his body."
"Family 3 calmly occupied what seemed to be the new center of power, a corncrib near the pond (one of several corncribs set out for shelter)."
"Regardless of how cute they are, deer can be like rats in the corncrib if left unchecked."