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Another word for cork

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Noun
  1. Something used to fill a hole, space, or container

      1. A person or thing that stops or causes a stoppage
      2. One that causes something to stop:
      3. (Baseball) That starting pitcher regarded as best able to prevent his or her team from having a long losing streak
      1. (Nautical) A line used for securing something temporarily:
      2. A place at which someone or something stops:
      3. The act of stopping or the condition of being stopped:
      1. An object used to stop up a hole, gap, outlet, etc.
      2. (Informal) A boost, advertisement, etc., esp. one inserted gratuitously in the noncommercial parts of a radio or TV program, magazine article, etc. for someone or something
      3. A usually cylindrical or conic piece cut from something larger, often as a sample.
      1. An amount needed to make full, complete, or satisfied:
      2. Anything that fills or is used to fill; esp., earth, gravel, etc. used for filling a hole or depression
      3. All that is needed to satisfy
      1. A partial or complete blockage (of boulders, mud, etc.) in a cave passage.
      2. A slight narrowing of the barrel of a shotgun serving to concentrate the shot.
      3. (Sports) In wrestling, karate (etc.), a type of hold that can result in strangulation.
    See also:

    full

Verb
  1. To plug up something, as a hole, space, or container

      1. To be able to go no further; come to an end
      2. To bring to an end; discontinue
      3. To close (a bottle, jug, etc.) as with a cork or cap
      1. (Informal) To work or study hard and steadily; plod
      2. To stop up or fill (a hole, gap, etc.) by inserting a plug
      3. To connect with something so as to become attached, to close an electric circuit, etc.
      1. To supply the things needed or called for in (an order, prescription, etc.)
      2. To stop or plug up (an opening, for example).
      3. To close or plug (holes, cracks, etc.)
      1. To fill to excess; overcrowd
      2. To become congested
      3. To cause too much blood, mucus, etc. to accumulate in the vessels of (a part of the body)
      1. To bring to an end; finish
      2. To bring to an end; terminate:
      3. To draw or bind together the edges of:
      1. To thicken or stick together; clot.
      2. To become obstructed or choked up:
      3. To fill with obstructions or with thick, sticky matter; stop up; jam
      1. (Informal) To be unable to perform efficiently, as in a sporting event, because of tension, strong emotion, etc.
      2. To hold (a bat, golf club, etc.) away from the end of the handle and closer toward the middle
      3. To move one's fingers very close to the tip of a pencil, brush or other art tool.
      1. To interrupt or obstruct the functioning of a physiological process, especially by the use of drugs.
      2. To indicate broadly without great detail; sketch. Often used with out:
      3. To stop or impede the passage of or movement through; obstruct:
    See also:

    full

Another word for cork

Noun
      1. A bunghole.
      2. A stopper, especially for the hole through which a cask, keg, or barrel is filled or emptied.
      3. A cork or other stopper for the hole in a barrel, cask, or keg
      1. A sharp momentary increase in voltage or electric current.
      2. A young mackerel of small size, usually 15 centimeters (6 inches) or less in length.
      3. Any of a number of sharp or pointed metal projections on the soles, and often on the heels, of shoes used for baseball, golf, track, etc. to prevent slipping
      1. (Medicine) The removal of fluid from a body cavity:
      2. A plug, cork, etc. for stopping a hole in a container holding a liquid
      3. A device for starting or stopping the flow of liquid in a pipe, barrel, etc.; faucet
      1. Something inserted to close an opening; plug
      2. (Baseball) That starting pitcher regarded as best able to prevent his or her team from having a long losing streak
      3. (Baseball) A relief pitcher, especially one called upon to protect a lead.
    See also:

    plug