corker

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corker

Someone or something that is outstanding or excellent. You can always count on Paul to tell some corkers and get everyone laughing.
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corker

n. someone or something good, funny, or entertaining. That was a real corker. I thought I’d die laughing.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"Well, a body is bound to admit that for just a modest little one-line ad., it's a corker."
The proposition was a corker. It quite took my breath away; but I found that it left me all the more determined to attempt it.
"It's a corker," Collins announced, as Barney, on his hind legs, striking vainly with his fore, struggled about the ring.
A Corker spokesman, Micah Johnson, told IBT/MapLight that "neither Senator Corker nor any member of our staff had involvement in crafting the legislation.