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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Hikers compare notes about stretches of trail with ominous-sounding names: the Devil's Corkscrew, Jacob's Ladder, Heartbreak Hill, the Box.
For the third straight summer, a rare ghost orchid is in bloom at Audubon's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary just inland from Naples beach, and orchid enthusiasts are converging on the area for a glimpse of the ghostly white flowers.
While many hazels are too big to grow in the average garden, the corkscrew hazel is slowgrowing, so will take years to reach its eventual height of 5m.
A hair-raising ride on the Corkscrew at Alton Towers.
However, it won't go quietly because, although the theme park closes for the season on November 2, it will reopen a week later on Sunday, November 9, when fans can take one last ride on the Corkscrew, along with a selection of other rides, including Oblivion, Rita - Queen of Speed, Nemesis, Air and Runaway Mine Train.
Handily there's bound to be a spare knitting needle if no body's remember to bring a corkscrew.
But once cork began to be used in the 17th century, the development of the corkscrew was rapid.
You just can't predict when a walk in the park can suddenly turn into a nightmare life-threatening situation that can only be saved by the surgery corkscrew.
YOU won't lose this funky red corkscrew in the kitchen drawer.
Not having to prise a plastic cork from the clutches of the corkscrew is an added bonus.
A wide variety of items is illustrated, including corks, pourers, cap lifters and much more with an in-depth look at the indispensable item, the corkscrew when the first patent was taken out in London in 1795.
These corkscrew structures trap light of certain colors in their twists.
A rare ghost orchid growing on an ancient bald cypress tree at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary near Naples is in bloom for the second consecutive summer, this time with seven buds that will likely produce blooms visible from the Audubon sanctuary's boardwalk for the next three weeks.
The artificial limb was discovered as workers began clearing up the site of the park's oldest rollercoaster, the Corkscrew.