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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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I've had some complicated corkscrews in the past, designed by people who don't want to crack open a bottle in a rush.
When coiled into tight corkscrews, the fibers can lift loads more than 100 times as heavy as those hefted by human muscles.
However, it is quite a bit slower to remove the cork than the others electric corkscrews on test and it also feels slightly flimsy.
CORKSCREWS are a relatively recent invention in the long history of wine-drinking, the earliest wine bottles, which themselves only appeared about 400 years ago, being sealed with wooden pegs.
Five specific products-cookware sets, blenders, corkscrews, garment storage and hair dryers-were chosen to highlight the key housewares categories.
A total 9,000 different wines were tasted, so you can bet the judges were sure to remember their corkscrews and probably had very sore arm muscles the next day.
households don't even own corkscrews, and to sell a product that presumes ownership of a corkscrew is problematic in the extreme.
50, and if you're throwing a very big party, you might want to pick up 50 pounds of corkscrews (a steal at $26.
We can think of drug careers as corkscrews affecting many areas of the user's life - crime, housing, employment, training and education, family and community and leisure pursuits and as the drugs career progresses the user moves further down the corkscrew.
Rackchamroon was performing a routine brake test on the coaster - the park's newest, which whips riders through corkscrews and down steep drops at up to 65 mph - when she ``deviated from her training procedures'' and stepped onto the tracks, according to a Magic Mountain statement released Saturday.
Corkscrews and wine sleeves may also be purchased on-line.
Although most corkscrews these days, apart from the most basic "T" shaped coil stuck into a piece of wood, will function without the need for brute force, extracting the cork in one piece is where some designs fall down.
IT'S easy to see corkscrews as just a functional item but a forthcoming auction at Christie's proves they are becoming quite collectable.
Among IWA's other specialties are corkscrews, decanters and wine accessories, including a selection of glasses, books and videos.