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  • noun Plural form of stopper.

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Examples

  • With the help of friends or family members, simultaneously pull all of the drain stoppers up and flush all toilets in the house.

    Medpundit

  • With the help of friends or family members, simultaneously pull all of the drain stoppers up and flush all toilets in the house.

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  • They are referred to as "stoppers" and they fit neatly onto open bottles.

    Wired Top Stories

  • I'm finding this with many FL wines under these stoppers, which is a shame, since the rieslings can develop well.

    A Trip to Anthony Road Wine Company

  • It is no more trouble to cut the tube and fuse it up again when the drying material is renewed than to adjust the drying tube to two fixed stoppers, which is the alternative.

    On Laboratory Arts

  • Betsy looked feverishly among the bottles ranged on the counter, selected two marked ginger ale, and glared at their corrugated tin stoppers.

    Understood Betsy

  • In the Punjabi variant of the game, a team scores a point when a lone "raider" is able to touch one of four opposing players, known as "stoppers," and return to his side of the playing field in less than 30 seconds.

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  • In the Punjabi variant of the game, a team scores a point when a lone "raider" is able to touch one of four opposing players, known as "stoppers," and return to his side of the playing field in less than 30 seconds.

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  • But the Venza doesn't have a beefy set of stoppers, which is why you feel it.

    Autoblog

  • "stoppers" - small metal ribs attached to the stone that prevent what are known as "grinds," in which skateboarders scrape their metal axles along a smooth, hard surface.

    Double-Tongued Dictionary

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