husking husking


  • (n) the removal of covering


  1. He was husking in his own State and in a familiar stand of corn.
  2. In 1932 Clarence Bockes of Conrad, Iowa established a world's record by husking 2,698 lb.
  3. There are metal detectors at the Liberty Bell; Denver canceled its New Year's Eve celebrations; Ohio called off a corn-husking festival.


  • Perk up your ears: It's corn season

    Corn on the cob is one of summer's sweetest treats, especially in South Jersey. The ears are ready for the husking at area farmers markets.
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Courier-Post

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