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- adj. Of or pertaining to a container that has a threaded lid (rather than a cork or push-on top).
- n. A container that has a threaded lid (rather than a cork or push-on top).
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- n. the top of a container that must be screwed off and on
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In other words, the worst of both sides in the cork/screwtop debate.
Multi-tool meal set This outdoor kitchen set by Primus (pictured) combines two deep plates, a salt, pepper and sugar shaker, a cup, a small screwtop container (for oil or washing-up liquid), a folding spork, a storage box with a lid and a cutting board that doubles up as a colander, grater and knife.
I think it was designed for those who are embarrassed to serve wine with a screwtop. (you know that old sterotype that wine with a screwcap is a cheap wine) This gizzmo makes it look like you have a cork ... just an idea.
Leukman had placed the flask on the table in front of him and was head butting the top of the flask, driving the screwtop of it deep into his eye socket with every thrust, the deathly grin sculpted permanently onto his face.
It goes a lot faster if you use the “cranial screwtop” method of entry.
The lid of the thermos is an isolated seal, the normal jar comes with a screwtop.
We had to buy our wine in stores, in peril of accidently picking up a screwtop bottle.
-The wearer's head has been repaired via the cranial screwtop method of entry into the brain, pioneered by Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr
If you're like me, Stelvin screwtop closures are much less of an issue than ersatz plastic corks, which no one seems to like.
I have an old-fashioned cookie jar, the round kind with a wide mouth, a flat bottom and screwtop lid and I keep it in my pantry.
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