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Corkers

ˈkɔː.kər

Meanings of Corkers:

noun

An excellent or astonishing person or thing.

Usage examples:

It was the season's first goal, and a corker
adjective

Very good; excellent.

Usage examples:

A corker little stove with bandy legs

Corkier

ˈkɔː.ki

Meanings of Corkier:

adjective

Resembling cork.

Usage examples:

Corky lesions on apples

Corkiest

ˈkɔː.ki

Meanings of Corkiest:

adjective

Resembling cork.

Usage examples:

Corky lesions on apples

Corking

kɔːk

Meanings of Corking:

adjective

Very good; excellent.

Usage examples:

Cars in corking condition
verb

Close or seal (a bottle) with a cork.

Usage examples:

The bottles were tightly corked and wired

Corks

kɔːk

Meanings of Corks:

noun

A buoyant light brown substance obtained from the outer layer of the bark of the cork oak.

Usage examples:

Vinyl-coated cork is practical as a floor covering
verb

Close or seal (a bottle) with a cork.

Usage examples:

The bottles were tightly corked and wired
proper noun

A port town in the south of the republic of ireland, on the river lee; population 190,384 (2006).

Meanings of Corkscrew:

noun

A device for pulling corks from bottles, consisting of a spiral metal rod that is inserted into the cork, and a handle that extracts it.

Usage examples:

Then he puts the bottle between his legs and inserts an old fashioned corkscrew, pulls and tugs bef…
verb

Move or twist in a spiral motion.

Usage examples:

The plane was corkscrewing towards the earth

Meanings of Corkscrewed:

verb

Move or twist in a spiral motion.

Usage examples:

The plane was corkscrewing towards the earth
noun

A device for pulling corks from bottles, consisting of a spiral metal rod that is inserted into the cork, and a handle that extracts it.

Usage examples:

Then he puts the bottle between his legs and inserts an old fashioned corkscrew, pulls and tugs bef…

Corkscrewing

ˈkɔːkskruː

Meanings of Corkscrewing:

verb

Move or twist in a spiral motion.

Usage examples:

The plane was corkscrewing towards the earth
noun

A device for pulling corks from bottles, consisting of a spiral metal rod that is inserted into the cork, and a handle that extracts it.

Usage examples:

Then he puts the bottle between his legs and inserts an old fashioned corkscrew, pulls and tugs bef…

Meanings of Corkscrews:

noun

A device for pulling corks from bottles, consisting of a spiral metal rod that is inserted into the cork, and a handle that extracts it.

Usage examples:

Then he puts the bottle between his legs and inserts an old fashioned corkscrew, pulls and tugs bef…
verb

Move or twist in a spiral motion.

Usage examples:

The plane was corkscrewing towards the earth

Meanings of Corkscrewy:

noun

A device for pulling corks from bottles, consisting of a spiral metal rod that is inserted into the cork, and a handle that extracts it.

Usage examples:

Then he puts the bottle between his legs and inserts an old fashioned corkscrew, pulls and tugs bef…
verb

Move or twist in a spiral motion.

Usage examples:

The plane was corkscrewing towards the earth

Corkwood

ˈkɔːkwʊd

Meanings of Corkwood:

noun

A shrub or tree which yields light porous timber.

Usage examples:

The real problems are the corkwoods and the ironwoods.

Corkwoods

ˈkɔːkwʊd

Meanings of Corkwoods:

noun

A shrub or tree which yields light porous timber.

Usage examples:

The real problems are the corkwoods and the ironwoods.

Meanings of Corky:

adjective

Resembling cork.

Usage examples:

Corky lesions on apples

Corm

kɔːm

Meanings of Corm:

noun

A rounded underground storage organ present in plants such as crocuses, gladioli, and cyclamens, consisting of a swollen stem base covered with scale leaves.

Usage examples:

Clonal progeny may be produced by stolons, runners, rhizomes, tubers, buds on bulbs, corms and root…

Cormel

ˈkɔːm(ə)l

Meanings of Cormel:

noun

A small corm growing at the side of a mature corm.

Usage examples:

As the plant grew, the end of the old corm died progressively from the bottom, and new secondary co…

Cormels

ˈkɔːm(ə)l

Meanings of Cormels:

noun

A small corm growing at the side of a mature corm.

Usage examples:

As the plant grew, the end of the old corm died progressively from the bottom, and new secondary co…

Cormorant

ˈkɔː.mər.ənt

Meanings of Cormorant:

noun

A large diving bird with a long neck, long hooked bill, short legs, and mainly dark plumage. it typically breeds on coastal cliffs.

Usage examples:

We were extremely fortunate that the cormorants were in breeding plumage.

Meanings of Cormorants:

noun

A large diving bird with a long neck, long hooked bill, short legs, and mainly dark plumage. it typically breeds on coastal cliffs.

Usage examples:

We were extremely fortunate that the cormorants were in breeding plumage.

Corms

kɔːm

Meanings of Corms:

noun

A rounded underground storage organ present in plants such as crocuses, gladioli, and cyclamens, consisting of a swollen stem base covered with scale leaves.

Usage examples:

Clonal progeny may be produced by stolons, runners, rhizomes, tubers, buds on bulbs, corms and root…

Meanings of Corn:

noun

The chief cereal crop of a district, especially (in england) wheat or (in scotland) oats.

Usage examples:

Fields of corn

Meanings of Cornball:

adjective

Trite and sentimental.

Usage examples:

A cornball movie
noun

A person with trite or sentimental ideas.

Usage examples:

He was a cornball when compared to the svelte politicians of today

Cornballs

ˈkɔːnbɔːl

Meanings of Cornballs:

noun

A person with trite or sentimental ideas.

Usage examples:

He was a cornball when compared to the svelte politicians of today
adjective

Trite and sentimental.

Usage examples:

A cornball movie

Cornbrash

ˈkɔːnbraʃ

Meanings of Cornbrash:

noun

An earthy fossiliferous limestone occurring widely in england in a thin formation of jurassic age.

Usage examples:

In the sandy bed of the spring can be found tiny fossils shaped like stars, which are constantly be…

Meanings of Cornbread:

noun

A type of bread made from maize meal.

Usage examples:

Any type of bread is great on your feeder tray or tossed on the ground - stale biscuits and bread, …

Corncob

ˈkɔːn.kɒb

Meanings of Corncob:

noun

The central cylindrical woody part of the maize ear to which the grains are attached.

Usage examples:

Place the corncobs in a large saucepan and cover with cold water.
abbreviation

Close of business.

Usage examples:

You have until cob today to show us why you should not be disconnected

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