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.

corker

n. someone or something good, funny, or entertaining. That was a real corker. I thought I’d die laughing.
References in classic literature ?
"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.