n.) a cone-shaped wafer or pastry, used to hold ice cream or the like.
n.) A brass instrument used in place of the trumpet in orchestras.
He played cornet in the local community band.
Sally started playing cornet at an early age.
Two young girls are eating a cornet of ice cream.
Matthews makes modifications to the cornets, trumpets and horns.
Jeff is an accomplished cornet player.
I fancy a cornet icecream.
He played the cornet in the school band.
A cornet is about 24 inches long and is generally played in jazz bands.
Everyone was so surprised to see a donkey eating a cornet.
Ha was stalking through the town eating a cornet.
I was just listening to them while eating cornets.
I have been playing the cornet for about 7 years now and love playing slow melodies.
He wore a brown uniform and carried a cornet in shining yellow brass.
He was given a cornet at five years of age, and started playing in a brass band at seven.
A young virtuoso cornet player named Louis Armstrong was discovered in New Orleans by King Oliver.