Crossword clues for corks
Usage examples of "corks".
Ginny was kneeling amid a pile of abandoned Butterbeer corks, watching the conversation with her mouth slightly open.
Perhaps it was the fact that she had stuck her wand behind her left ear for safekeeping, or that she had chosen to wear a necklace of Butterbeer corks, or that she was reading a magazine upside-down.
Her head kept falling away before the wind, threatening to snarl the net in her own rudder, but slowly the line of bobbing corks spread from the mangroves on one side towards the far bank, while in grim concentration Sebastian and a group led by Mohammed paid the net out over the stern.
Gradually the dhow edged in towards the north bank, sowing the row of corks behind her, and abruptly Sebastian realized that the net was too short too short by fifty yards.
For the line of corks was suddenly plucked below the surface, leaving the small disturbance of ripples where each had stood.
Sebastian turned quickly and saw the black face and the red face beside the floating sack of corks a hundred yards away.
He rolled off the sack of corks and his head dropped forward, so the warm green water smothered his laughter.
It was made from a lot of bottle corks, all strung together, and wound around in a sort of belt.
I never heard of one being made of corks from bottles strung together.
Carson had said it was a belt, composed of a number of corks strung together on a strong cord, there being many rows of them, one above the other.
The corks were of all sizes, the cord passing through them on the short axis.
There were no marks on the corks, as far as Dave could see, by which any identification could be made.
Somehow he felt as though the last hope had gone from him, for he did not see how he could find any clew to his identity in the corks, strung into such a queer jacket.
I know I had to beg and borrow corks from all the neighbors before I had enough.
He even recalled where he got certain oddly-shaped corks from the neighbors.