Words nearby corker
How to use corker in a sentence
“Burr and Corker and I will be working closely together on everything,” McCain said.
McCain said he, Corker, and Burr are also interested in pursuing more vigorous oversight of the Iran deal as well.
Menendez and Corker are trying to schedule a hearing on Iraq this month with Secretary of State John Kerry.
The interaction between Obama and Corker was a tense moment in the otherwise uneventful meeting.Exclusive: Obama Told Lawmakers Criticism of His Syria Policy is 'Horsesh*t'|Josh Rogin|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Exasperated at one point, Corker asked, “Well do we need an AUMF or not?”Obama Admin. Channels Cheney, Claims Unlimited War Powers|Eli Lake|May 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He's a corker, wi' a face like yin o' they pented cupids that the lasses send to the young men on picture postcards.The Underworld|James C. Welsh
Brodrick went on in the soft, even voice that was a sign with him of profound excitement—the tale was a corker.The Creators|May Sinclair
That was a corker for the old fashioned man: he said it wasn't fair—unwomanly and all the rest of it.You Never Can Tell|George Bernard Shaw
Nibletts then gave up the case as (what he might be excused for calling) a "fair corker."
They are commonly handed warm to the corker, who dips them into a small vessel of wine before making use of them.Facts About Champagne and Other Sparkling Wines|Henry Vizetelly
British Dictionary definitions for corker
- something or somebody striking or outstandingthat was a corker of a joke
- an irrefutable remark that puts an end to discussion