Antonyms for corkscrews

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During the pause he eyed Jackman with a gaze of corkscrews and screwdrivers.

But do look sharp with the frying-pan, if your corkscrews are not too precious.

They seemed to swing in circles, spiral-shaped like corkscrews.

The horns were beautifully twisted, like corkscrews, and the grey colour of the face was broken by an angular white bar.

It cannot be in the interests of peace that we turn our swords into—corkscrews, and our bayonets into—button-hooks.

The hostess herself, as Ceres, the Goddess of Plenty, will provide the corkscrews only.

On the sides tufts of lace, and black and pink ribbons in corkscrews, hanging low.

Soon Nurse Panton joined us, her hair in corkscrews, looking very plain, peevish because she had not been called at midnight.

It had been Dessalines who, it is said, sported himself by pulling out the eyes of his prisoners with corkscrews.

Even Julia spends hours looking for button-hooks or corkscrews or something of that sort, every day of her life!