To free from a sealed or constrained state.(verb-transitive)
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Use "uncork" in a sentence
"After watching Russian teenage sensation Alexander Ovechkin uncork big plays against the USA in an opening-game loss in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Vairo asked his veterans to take charge in a similar fashion."
""as a world class vineyard, winery, or farm, a family compound or a corporate retreat, Ackerly pond awaits a passionate investor to 'uncork' its infinite possibilities.""
"With 34 days still to go before the midterm elections, Republicans would be wise not to uncork the champagne just yet."