[ UK /ʌnkˈɔːk/ ]
[ US /ənˈkɔɹk/ ]
VERB
  1. draw the cork from (bottles)
    uncork the French wine
  2. release
    uncork his anger
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How To Use uncork In A Sentence

  • I readjusted my grip on the paddle, like a baseball slugger about to uncork a home run. ABOUT THE AUTHOR
  • But then he uncorked a wild pitch to Tony Lazzeri to allow Earle Combs to score from third base with the Series-ending run.
  • Jazz plays on the radio as Mark uncorks a bottle of fine red wine.
  • She had discovered a few bottles hidden in a dusty rack wedged between two kitchen units and she'd wasted no time in uncorking a bottle of white and pouring out three large glasses, passing one each to Carl and Michael.
  • Bacon is sizzling in the pan, scrabbled eggs are on and the champagne is ready to be uncorked.
  • After his 68 on the first day, the wine farmer uncorked another vintage round of six-under par 66 to beat Des Smyth.
  • The open air restaurant prepares endless cups of cappuccino and uncorks bottles of white wine for those fortunate enough to take the afternoon off.
  • Santana had uncorked 57 pitches over his first three innings.
  • His face motionless, Altobelli reached up and uncorked his left eyeball from its socket, placing it on the table.
  • Falling in love consists merely in uncorking the imagination and bottling the common sense. Helen Rowland 
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