Examples of uncork in a Sentence
uncork a bottle of wine
The incident uncorked years of pent-up anger and frustration.
Recent Examples of uncork from the Web
Elbettar uncorked a career-best throw of 58-2¾ to earn the last spot on the podium, improving his standing from the preliminaries by the necessary one spot.
The Air Algérie crew waited to uncork the champagne until the flight had left Iranian airspace.
Chaotically elegant and joyfully bubbly, but unwieldy, the work doesn’t get uncorked all that often.
Calhoun uncorked a laser to Ian Kinsler, who tagged a wildly sliding Springer for a back-breaking double play — the third such momentum killer on a night the Astros could muster little.
But Cubs right fielder Ben Zobrist uncorked a perfect one-hop throw that beat Dietrich to the plate by a furlong.
Ryan Crouser uncorks a throw of 72-2 1/2 (22.01) to beat world champion Tom Walsh in the shot and Devon Allen edges Aries Merritt in the 110 hurdles at the Drake Relays.
Since the Tea Party wave uncorked the bottle in 2010, Republicans have been significantly more likely to face primaries than Democrats, according to the Brookings Institution.
Darnold uncorked deep passes to stationary receivers 32 yards away with his elongated motion.
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UNCORK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of uncork for English Language Learners
: to remove a cork from (a bottle)
: to allow (something that was contained or controlled) to come out, escape, etc.
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