corkscrew

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Synonyms for corkscrew

to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

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a bottle opener that pulls corks

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move in a spiral or zigzag course

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The most commonly used corkscrew in restaurants and all over the world, the waiter's corkscrew has a short knife blade on one end, a foldaway worm in the center, and a short hinged lever on the other end that enables the user to lift file cork from the neck of the bottle.
Also new is a six-piece cheese set and the Waiter's Corkscrew.
Many pros like the waiter's corkscrew, the twin-pronged cork puller ($3 to $12), and Screwpull's pocket and table models (both about $20).
Real sommeliers agree with me that screwcaps are less trouble--especially compared to synthetic corks--even though I'm sure they're all more adept with a waiter's corkscrew than I am.
The precursor to the waiter's corkscrew (described later) is the basic screw.