Definition of "oak-bark" [oak-bark]

  • (noun) The bark of some species of oak, used in tanning, and to some extent in dyeing and in medicine.

Use "oak-bark" in a sentence

  • "As it turned out, oak-bark leather was the only kind that worked."
  • "The Navigatio specified that St Brendan's boat was made of oak-bark leather and this was considered evidence that it was a fantasy."
  • "There are likewise several plants that may serve for the making of ink, as oak-bark, red roses, log-wood, &c."

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