Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He looked like a huge, overgrown schoolboy with a corked moustache.

The neck of the bottle was not corked up: a way to the interior was now open.

I can't do a highwayman in nothing but a pair of corked moustaches!

They were corked and in wooden cases, which protected them perfectly.

The Banshee corked the bottle and held it up proudly to the light.

Put it in corked bottles, and just before you wish to use it add the rum.

Matches should be carried in bottles and corked tight, so as to exclude the moisture.

He corked the vial, replaced it in his pocket and opened a window.

Keep them in wide-mouthed bottles, corked and sealed up tight.

The beer should not be corked very tight, or it will burst the bottles.