corkscrewing[ kawrk-skroo ]SEE DEFINITION OF corkscrewing
Synonyms for corkscrewing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORKSCREWING
His ship was describing a corkscrewing motion, weaving straight at the enemy.
At once Keith stopped swinging the helm, and the NX-1's corkscrewing motion of protection ceased.
She loved the mist, and sang as they plugged along, corkscrewing through pine.
The whistle sounded and the ball rose into air, corkscrewing toward the Yates goal.
It is entirely filled by a brick slope up which one may walk with ease to the top, corkscrewing round a pillar.
Enveloped in its folds, Verman sat up, corkscrewing his knuckles into the corners of his eyes.