stopple[ stop-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF stopple
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STOPPLE
There stood the morphine bottle with the stopple out, just as Tom had left it.
She broke the jar, not waiting to take out the stopple, and poured the oil upon his feet.
The heat will cause the oil to run down between the stopple and mouth.
These fumes issue sometimes in such abundance as to push out the stopple; which you must then replace, and slacken the fire.
A fid or stopple made of leather or oakum fitting in the vent of a piece to stop it against weather, &c.
Well, I don't carry water when I can make it run by turning a stopple—not much I don't!
A stopple or plug for a bottle or jar cut from the above substance.
He found the metal whole; the turning of the stopple had not caused the metal to flow.
The heat will cause the oil to run down between the stopple and mouth of the bottle.
Stopple, stop′l, n. that which stops or closes the mouth of a vessel: a cork or plug.