[ US /ˈeɪkɔɹn/ ]
[ UK /ˈe‍ɪkɔːn/ ]
  1. fruit of the oak tree: a smooth thin-walled nut in a woody cup-shaped base
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How To Use acorn In A Sentence

  • Their main preoccupation for the next few months will be acorns, their main winter food. Times, Sunday Times
  • If theyre taking money from ACORN, then why is Blackwater, and other thieving, lying companies funded by my tax dollars still receiving monies from the government. ACORN files lawsuit over loss of federal funding
  • Cornelius observed that the wooden bobbin dangling on a string from the window blind was the shape of an acorn.
  • Both players were found guilty of foul and abusive language towards the match official during Acorn's defeat to Normanton Knights on November 20.
  • I do not believe there is in nature such a full-acorned Boar. [ The Journal of Sir Walter Scott From the Original Manuscript at Abbotsford
  • Mighty oaks from little acorns grow. The Sun
  • It is important to use small bags, since a large number of acorns together will generate heat.
  • What's instructive is to look at how the Obama campaign responded: challenge the facticity and factiousness of the ACORN story -- and get it explained about how ridiculous it is, and let the pictures of the McCain/Palin supporters diffuse themselves across the i-net. Colin Powell Endorses Obama
  • Acorn began slowly and allowed Stanley to dominate the early proceedings when scoring two converted tries.
  • Down in the canyon, I often see the house wren, acorn and Nuttall's woodpeckers, wrentit, and, in winter, the yellow-rumped warbler.
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