- v. present participle of corkscrew.
“Removing the bone is best done by tunnelling with your knife through the inside once the hipbone is removed (this is also known as corkscrewing).”
“The jet at about 1'oclock looks to be "corkscrewing" out from a darker region in the "toroidal looking" sphere.”
“Here Neeson reaches out and twists both hands in opposite directions, like he's corkscrewing two ends of a soda can, reaches toward me so it's clear: This is in his chest.”
“The corkscrewing of the copter was forcing them relentlessly northeast.”
“Marcus Aurelius's hair stands energetically up, a nimbus of corkscrewing locks, not a bit like the conventional signs for hair that plaster so many Roman marble crania.”
“So he repeatedly took huge, wild, uppercut swings at the ball, corkscrewing himself into the dirt whenever he missed.”
“I launch myself from the wall again, corkscrewing through the water, long goldredbrown hair in seaweed tendrils twisting around me as I twirl.”
“The one time great white hope is now corkscrewing himself deeper and deeper.”
“Twisted pinnacles of rock corkscrewing up toward a blank white sky.”
“He sees me come in and does a double-take, corkscrewing his neck.”
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