One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A cone-shaped wafer filled with ice cream.‘he held out the remains of his ice cream cornet’
- ‘They sold ice cream cornets and had several flavours available (including vanilla, chocolate, plus I think strawberry, mint and honeycomb).’
- ‘I'd have been there somewhere, stuffing my face with an ice cream cornet on the village green.’
- ‘This calorie bomb consists of a vanilla ice cream cornet, covered in clotted cream then rolled in roasted hazelnuts.’
- ‘The ice cream cornets are starting to melt.’
- ‘Some ice cream cornets may be inappropriately rejected if their chocolate-containing tips overlap in the packaging.’
- ‘Lily, with her picture of a three scoop ice cream cornet, had won a schools' competition.’
- ‘The only solution was to re-join the route and indulge in an ice-cream cornet on Aberdovey sea-front.’
- ‘If you're daft enough to not watch where you're going, you're likely to walk into a mess of discarded noodles, a heap of fallen chips or a slippery ice cream cornet.’
- ‘As a little girl in Portsmouth, a treat was to get an ice cream cornet from the van that came to our street at the weekend.’
- ‘They licked their ice cream cornets and waited for a song.’
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