corkscrew[ kawrk-skroo ]SEE DEFINITION OF corkscrew
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORKSCREW
I always carry a corkscrew, and I never forget to kiss the landlady.'
At last I heard him revolving on his axis down the corkscrew staircase.
Not even a corkscrew imitation of smoke issuing from the roof was forgotten.
The snow snowed on, and now it fell in large, corkscrew flakes.
Sellers was to end with a sort of corkscrew performance on the stage.
I bought the corkscrew, and from that moment my income has equalled my expenses.
We were going to pry open the Lobster's claws and use them for a corkscrew.
His fingers were cut off one by one and the corkscrew was bored into his legs and arms.
I twisted and turned like a corkscrew, but I dared not leave it.
The father took the full bottle and the corkscrew in his hand.