n.) The external covering or envelope of certain fruits or seeds;
v. t.) To strip off the external covering or envelope of;
Black dye was made from walnut husks.
Corn has to be husked and shelled before eating.
This bag is made from the husks of coconuts.
Corn husking is a very boring job for me.
This cheese is sold in markets wrapped in fresh corn husks.
It’s a drink with coffee husks and ginger.
The husks are soaked in fresh water to soften.
Pull the husk off the ear.
In the 18th century, the mill had both gristmilling and husking functions.
Jobs like corn husking or sewing, could be done as a group to allow socializing during an otherwise tedious chore.
Kill all worms which are found when husking corn for use.
Fish heads and coconut husks lay rotting in red mud.
What is left is a barren shell; a husk.
Fresh husks contains more tannin than old husks.
Women husk corn at a village in Katsina state in northern Nigeria.