[ UK /ˈəʊk/ ]
[ US /ˈoʊk/ ]
[ US /ˈoʊk/ ]
- the hard durable wood of any oak; used especially for furniture and flooring
a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves
great oaks grow from little acorns
How To Use oak In A Sentence
- He pulled the hood of his cloak over his head to avoid recognition.
- Tru hung her gown away safely, then tore off her sweat-soaked uniform before she sloshed water all over her body, scrubbing away her stench with soap.
- In some recipes, such as tabbouleh, bulgur can be soaked in liquid without requiring cooking. The Kitchn
- The requests were the old ones: portraits of pretty mistresses done up as Arcadian shepherdesses, Virgins with downcast eyes and brilliant blue cloaks, sentimentalised pictures of the Infant Christ.
- The oak is hand stained with red, yellow, blue and green and then given an antique finish.
- So it was either scurvy-flavored hookers and gin-soaked alkies, or nothing at all. PAUL IS UNDEAD
- _ -- Soak a teaspoonful of gelatine in a dessert spoonful of water. The Girl's Own Paper, Vol. VIII. No. 358, November 6, 1886.
- A broad avenue of lime trees led up to a grand entrance with huge oak doors.
- I use the brush first rapped with a cleaning patch soaked in carburetor cleaner. Live from the SHOT Show: New Gun Reviews
- Still, the crêpe was even oilier - thick, flabby and barely hot, with the flavour of an onion-soaked flannel. Times, Sunday Times