corked

[ kawrkt ]
/ kɔrkt /

adjective

stopped or closed with a cork.
blackened with burnt cork.

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Origin of corked

First recorded in 1510–20; cork + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM corked

well-corked, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for corked

corked
/ (kɔːkt) /

adjective

Also: corky (of a wine) tainted through having a cork containing excess tannin
(postpositive) British a slang word for drunk
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