Definition of Corkages

1. corkage [n] - See also: corkage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corkages

corium parietis
coriums
corival
corivals
cork
cork-board
cork jacket
cork oak
cork oaks
cork taint
cork tree
cork up
corkage
corkages (current term)
corkboard
corkboards
corked
corker
corkers
corkier
corkiest
corkiness
corkinesses
corking
corkingly
corkir
corkirs
corkite

Literary usage of Corkages

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1. South Australia: Its History, Resources, and Productions by William Harcus (1876)
"Indigenous in Australia, 6 Genera. No representative in South Australia. corkages. Indigenous in Australia, 1 Genus. No representative in South Australia. ..."

2. An Introduction to Botany by William Chase Stevens (1902)
"corkages. DOGWOOD FAMILY. Shrubs or trees, usually with entire leaves. Flowers perfect, polygamous, or dioecious, in cymes or heads. Ovary inferior. ..."

3. Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Indiana, Made During the Year by Indiana Geological Survey, Geological Survey, Indiana State Geologist, Indiana, State Geologist (1875)
"July, August. Has very large, spicy roots. Aralia quinquefolia, Gr., (Ginseng.) May, July. corkages. Cornus fiorida, L., (Dwarf Cornel, Bunchberry. ..."

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