corkscrew


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Synonyms for corkscrew

to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

Synonyms for corkscrew

a bottle opener that pulls corks

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move in a spiral or zigzag course

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They followed, and I stepped at once out of the box-door into my bedroom, where only Steerforth was with me, helping me to undress, and where I was by turns telling him that Agnes was my sister, and adjuring him to bring the corkscrew, that I might open another bottle of wine.
It was plain the bottle had been just opened, for the cork and corkscrew lay beside it.
It would puzzle the oldest admiral in their British fleet to cast this here net fair, with a wake like a corkscrew.
All through dinner--which was long, in consequence of such accidents as the dish of potatoes being mislaid in the coal skuttle and the handle of the corkscrew coming off and striking the young woman in the chin--Mrs.
Cooks who are too busy in the kitchen to utilize traditional corkscrews, which can be time-consuming and messy, might enjoy an electric corkscrew.
Known as the gourmet capital of the country, it boasts many awardwinning vineyards and magnificent restaurants and The Old Corkscrew, an antiques shop opened in 1994 by Jeremy Astfalck and his wife, June.
The Self-Pulling Corkscrew is constructed with a nonstick spiral--taking out corks with ease.
But the Palaeocastor's corkscrew chambers set it apart from all other known burrowing mammals, which generally tunnel straight down into the earth.
Dear Diarmuid, I've got a corkscrew hazel plant that really needs attention, but apart from removing suckers I have no idea how or when to prune it.
Find a corkscrew with statement; not least so that if anyone takes it away at a party you can spot it at their house fairly easily.
This change forces already twisted fibers to rotate, which can tighten the corkscrew.
Porte had failed to go with Evans (BMC) up Corkscrew Hill during Thursday's third stage as the 2011 Tour de France champion claimed the ochre jersey.
The collection includes a variety of versatile and functional wine openers and accessories, including a waiter's corkscrew, a winged corkscrew, a self-pulling corkscrew, a pointer/stopper and a bottle stopper.
The weeklong event is the perfect context for the launch of Devon's newest entrepreneurial programme, the Corkscrew Entrepreneur Generator, which connects recent university graduates with social enterprises in the County of Devon and further afield.
The IXO Vino, pictured right, is an electric screwdriver with a corkscrew attachment, so you can impress your party guests by opening bottles of wine with it.