corker

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corker (plural corkers)

  1. One who puts corks into bottles.
    • 1857, Herman Melville, The Confidence-Man, chapter 30,
      Yes it is, Frank. Don't you see? Laertes is to take the best of care of his friends—his proved friends, on the same principle that a wine-corker takes the best of care of his proved bottles.
  2. (informal) A person or thing that is exceptional or remarkable.

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