Corking In A Sentence

Definition of Corking

(informal) splendid, enjoyable, bang-up | present participle of cork | The formation of white, cork-like striations on a jalapeƱo pepper.

How To Use Corking In A Sentence?

  • With that vacant expression on his face he ought to make a corking poker-player.
  • The latter was filling funnels and corking phials, sticking on labels, making up parcels.
  • It's a rotten shack, but Elise says it will be a corking place for me to write.
  • I drew a card to give the impression that I was either drawing to two pairs or bobbing to a straight or flush, and won a corking pot.
  • Simmer an ounce of quince seed in a quart of water for forty minutes, strain, cool, add a few drops of scent, and bottle, corking tightly.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Corking | Corking Sentence

  • He remembered how he had called her a corking kid.
  • It was a corking speed test for his car.
  • It would make a corking story for my morning edition.
  • He was a corking fellow, and I'm very sorry.
  • Like our Roosevelt, he has a "perfectly corking time" wielding the scepter.

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