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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of recork.

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Examples

  • He recorked the bottle and gave it a shake, then shoved the items into a bag and pushed it to me.

    Fatal Circle

  • I recorked the wine, laid the glasses on the floor of the backseat, and got behind the wheel.

    Fat Chance

  • I recorked the wine, laid the glasses on the floor of the backseat, and got behind the wheel.

    Fat Chance

  • After three to five years, the bottles are uncorked and the sediment removed; then the wine is recorked and is ready to drink.

    Happy New Year!

  • I recorked the wine, laid the glasses on the floor of the backseat, and got behind the wheel.

    Fat Chance

  • I recorked the carafe and set it on the paving stones, and we faced each other in the dark, each hoping our separate hopes.

    The Book of Unholy Mischief

  • I recorked the carafe, climbed onto the table near the back door, and pushed my prize into the recess over the lintel.

    The Book of Unholy Mischief

  • I recorked the carafe and set it on the paving stones, and we faced each other in the dark, each hoping our separate hopes.

    The Chef’s Apprentice

  • At the Manor the wine, which dated from before I was born, was stored in a categorized, temperature-regulated wine cellar and recorked on a regular basis.

    sTORI Telling

  • It's a young wine, with refreshing acidity at its core and I found that the cherry had turned to black cherry and the raspberry to blackberry after I recorked it and left it on the counter for 24 hours.

    Archive 2008-05-01

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