Definition of cornhole in English:

cornhole

noun

US
  • 1mass noun A game in which small bags filled with dried kernels of maize are tossed at a target consisting of an upward sloping wooden platform with a hole at one end.

    ‘many are introduced to cornhole at a tailgate or family outing’
    • ‘Getting kicked out of the parking lot is a risk you're going to have to take in order to play cornhole (or bean bags, depending on where you grew up).’
    • ‘Hang out, enjoy food and drinks, play some Cornhole and win some prizes.’
    • ‘I won my ticket off some unassuming idiot in the parking lot in a heated game of cornhole.’
    • ‘I really thought they'd all gone a step too far in making it a special day for me, especially with all the children around, when they asked me if I wanted to play cornhole.’
    • ‘Men played horseshoes and cornhole.’
    • ‘He pitched bean bags in a game of cornhole, joking when a shot missed the board.’
    • ‘"Keep games such as beer pong and cornhole on hand," says Giammarinaro.’
    • ‘Hannah looks down to see a gaggle of 20-something hipsters riding unicycles, playing cornhole, and drinking from red solo cups.’
    • ‘The two ended up on the patio, playing "Cornhole," a beanbag toss game, while having drinks with a friend.’
    • ‘We played cornhole and ladder ball.’
  • 2vulgar slang The anus.

verb

[with object]US
vulgar slang
  • Have anal intercourse with (someone).

Pronunciation

cornhole

/ˈkɔːnhəʊl/