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  • n. Alternative spelling of bottle opener.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • White a fork, spoon, bottle-opener, flathead screwdriver, and a few wrenches all wrapped into one neat package, it seems like this should be standard issue for any angler that camps on the water.

    CRKT Eat N' Tool

  • I found some interesting things in the kitchen: a postcard of Venice, magnetic poetry, a bottle-opener in the shape of a fish.

    All-Night Cartoon Party

  • Oh, and there was no bottle-opener in the minibar.

    Hotel Review: myHotel Chelsea, 25 April 2008

  • Ostensibly, this was because the bottle-opener versions had the look of the big ole spring-lock ornate keys used to open church doors.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • This magnetic fridge-mounted bottle-opener is way cool.

    Boing Boing: August 29, 2004 - September 4, 2004 Archives

  • No, it's not a firearm, it's a bottle-opener that can also create a nice clean hole for shot-gunning a beer.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Then we saw that the entire contents of the kitchen shelves had been precipitated into the hall — several saucepans, a couple of enamel jugs, kettle-holders, three or four odd cups, a bottle-opener, two frying-pans, an earthenware casserole, a fish slice, and a porridge-strainer were scattered all over the place.

    When Last I Died

  • Painted with a Jarritos bottle and flames, the truck also carries a wooden sign with a wrestler's mask design that has a functioning bottle-opener in the wrestler's mouth.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Adjacent to the window in each compartment is a small table with a metal rim that experienced passengers sometimes use as an impromptu, but nonetheless effective bottle-opener.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • They obviously had failed to pack the bottle-opener, so it was indeed well met because leaving home without a "church key" is anathema to me.

    Army Rumour Service

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