Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cork.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cork.

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Examples

  • Lots of guys fish soft plastics under corks, which is effective but can also hold you back.

    Favorite Lures of the Crappie Guides

  • Josh rowed steadily along close to the line, pausing half-way between the seine-boat and the beginning of the corks, that is, of the net.

    Menhardoc

  • Wreaths - you can make different shaped wreaths with the use of corks and all you will need aside from the corks are a needle and thread, some glue, ribbons and other decorative elements.

    EzineArticles

  • OKAY, I am astounded that a waiter would divulge the full recipe and the key to one of their top dishes, namely the secret ingredient of "corks".

    Osteria Mozza, Los Angeles - A Spontaneous Hundred-Dollar Snack

  • The "corks" have been loosened, allowing the glaciers to flow more quickly, Thomas said.

    Glaciers Quicken Pace to Sea

  • Your previous records, "corks" and "curls" both, counted for naught, for on that day all was at stake.

    In the days of my youth when I was a student in the University of Virginia, 1888-1893.

  • As it was, his clothes were literally torn to ribbons, one eye was blacked, his nose broken, one ear hung to its place by a mere shred of skin, and his face and flesh were ripped and torn everywhere by the "corks" on the boots.

    The Blazed Trail

  • As it was, his clothes were literally torn to ribbons, one eye was blacked, his nose broken, one ear hung to its place by a mere shred of skin, and his face and flesh were ripped and torn everywhere by the "corks" on the boots.

    The Blazed Trail

  • With coffee comes cannelés those little custardy "corks" with a dark caramelised shell, a speciality of Bordeaux that go so well with any alcohol or caffeine-led drink.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • With coffee comes cannelés those little custardy "corks" with a dark caramelised shell, a speciality of Bordeaux that go so well with any alcohol or caffeine-led drink.

    Evening Standard - Home

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