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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stopper.
- adj. Fitted with a stopper
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- adj. (of a container) having a stopper in the opening
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If I store them in stoppered urns hand-painted with Druid symbols
Off to a day of badgering and haggling in dark little storefronts full of stoppered glass bottles full of writhing mists.
While champagne corks should stay stoppered, that's still something that hasn't happened for a long-ass time (January, if we're going to get technical).
Beside him sat a small bench holding a pitcher and basin and three stoppered bottles.
The bung holes of the casks are not stoppered, only covered with gauze to keep dust and flies out, so over the course of a year about 10% evaporates.
He had brought with him a coconut calabash, tightly stoppered, of whale-oil that must have been landed on Lahaina beach thirty years before.
Lester stoppered it up tightly and heaved it back into the sea.
For the past few years, the cork industry has fought back against screw caps by playing the global warming card -- buying cork-stoppered wines helps preserve the Mediterranean cork forests and their natural habitats.
That night, with cocoanut calabashes, each of quart capacity and tightly stoppered, he led Grief down to the water from the peninsula side of the Big Rock.
Let this stand a day or so in a stoppered bottle, and then add to three parts of the solution one part of pure glycerin.
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