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bark         

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      n  
1    the loud abrupt usually harsh or gruff cry of a dog or any of certain other animals  
2    a similar sound, such as one made by a person, gun, etc.  
3    his bark is worse than his bite   he is bad-tempered but harmless  
      vb  
4    intr   (of a dog or any of certain other animals) to make its typical loud abrupt cry  
5    intr   (of a person, gun, etc.) to make a similar loud harsh sound  
6    to say or shout in a brusque, peremptory, or angry tone  
he barked an order     
7      (U.S.)  
informal   to advertise (a show, merchandise, etc.) by loudly addressing passers-by  
8    bark up the wrong tree  
Informal   to misdirect one's attention, efforts, etc.; be mistaken  
     (Old English beorcan; related to Lithuanian burgeti to quarrel, growl)  
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bark          [2]  
      n  
1    a protective layer of dead corky cells on the outside of the stems of woody plants  
2    any of several varieties of this substance that can be used in tanning, dyeing, or in medicine  
3       an informal name for       cinchona  
      vb   tr  
4    to scrape or rub off skin, as in an injury  
5    to remove the bark or a circle of bark from (a tree or log)  
6    to cover or enclose with bark  
7    to tan (leather), principally by the tannins in barks  
     (C13: from Old Norse börkr; related to Swedish, Danish bark, German Borke; compare Old Norse björkr birch)  

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bark          [3]  
      n      a variant spelling (esp. U.S.) of       barque  

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barque   ,   (esp. U.S.)   bark         
      n  
1    a sailing ship of three or more masts having the foremasts rigged square and the aftermast rigged fore-and-aft  
2    Poetic   any boat, esp. a small sailing vessel  
     (C15: from Old French, from Old Provençal barca, from Late Latin, of unknown origin)  


angostura bark  
      n   the bitter aromatic bark of certain South American rutaceous trees of the genus Cusparia or Galipea, formerly used medicinally to reduce fever  
bark          [1]  
      n  
1    the loud abrupt usually harsh or gruff cry of a dog or any of certain other animals  
2    a similar sound, such as one made by a person, gun, etc.  
3    his bark is worse than his bite   he is bad-tempered but harmless  
      vb  
4    intr   (of a dog or any of certain other animals) to make its typical loud abrupt cry  
5    intr   (of a person, gun, etc.) to make a similar loud harsh sound  
6    to say or shout in a brusque, peremptory, or angry tone  
he barked an order     
7      (U.S.)  
informal   to advertise (a show, merchandise, etc.) by loudly addressing passers-by  
8    bark up the wrong tree  
Informal   to misdirect one's attention, efforts, etc.; be mistaken  
     (Old English beorcan; related to Lithuanian burgeti to quarrel, growl)  
bark          [2]  
      n  
1    a protective layer of dead corky cells on the outside of the stems of woody plants  
2    any of several varieties of this substance that can be used in tanning, dyeing, or in medicine  
3       an informal name for       cinchona  
      vb   tr  
4    to scrape or rub off skin, as in an injury  
5    to remove the bark or a circle of bark from (a tree or log)  
6    to cover or enclose with bark  
7    to tan (leather), principally by the tannins in barks  
     (C13: from Old Norse börkr; related to Swedish, Danish bark, German Borke; compare Old Norse björkr birch)  
bark          [3]  
      n      a variant spelling (esp. U.S.) of       barque  
bark beetle  
      n   any small beetle of the family Scolytidae, which bore tunnels in the bark and wood of trees, causing great damage. They are closely related to the weevils  
bark cloth  
      n   a papery fabric made from the fibrous inner bark of various trees, esp. of the moraceous genus Ficus and the leguminous genus Brachystegia  
Caribbee bark  
      n   the bark of any of various tropical American and Caribbean rubiaceous trees of the genus Exostema, used as a substitute for cinchona bark  
china bark  
      n      another name for       cinchona       2  
pereira bark  
      n   the bark of a South American apocynaceous tree, Geissospermum vellosii: source of a substance formerly used for treating malaria  
     (named after Jonathan Pereira (1804--53), English pharmacologist)  
Peruvian bark  
      n      another name for       cinchona       2  
red bark  
      n   a kind of cinchona containing a high proportion of alkaloids  
stringy-bark  
      n     (Austral)   any of several eucalyptus trees having a fibrous bark  

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bark         

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1   
      n   casing, cortex     (Anatomy, botany)   covering, crust, husk, rind, skin  
2   
      vb   abrade, flay, rub, scrape, shave, skin, strip  

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bark          [2]  
1   
      n  
      vb   bay, growl, howl, snarl, woof, yap, yelp  
2   
      vb     (figurative)   bawl, bawl at, berate, bluster, growl, shout, snap, snarl, yell  

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