To behave very strangely; freak out: ''Hey, he/ she's corking out.'' (acting really weird) (1990s+)
He was content, possibly, to have pulled the cork out of the rest of the entertainment, which fell very flat indeed.
Why could it not push the cork out until you had pumped the air out of the jar?
Brines drew the cork out slightly, and a noxious vapour issued from the bottle and ascended to his brain.
Money's like champagne when you take the cork out, it won't keep.
She took the cork out of the bottle with a strong, capable hand, and filled two glasses.
He could take the cork out of the jug quite as well as I could.
Of a sudden, he stopped, took the cork out of his bottle, and tossed it away.
Bartley laughed so that he could hardly get the cork out of the second bottle.
I got the cork out of the other, and had a drink of brandy, and then felt pretty right again.
Next morning he was astonished to find his alcohol of a beautiful amethystine color, and the cork out.