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Definition of "oak-tree" [oak-tree]

  • The oak. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "oak-tree" in a sentence
  • ""My wife Cathy and I were married on an oak-tree hilltop near Stanford University in June 1975," a reader emailed me."
  • "Close by the cross, of much greater antiquity, and scarcely less honoured, was an immensely large oak-tree, which perhaps had witnessed the worship of the"
  • "The branches of an oak-tree, which shot straight out from the face of a tall cliff, proffered to his bold spirit, steady head, and active limbs, the means of ascending it as a place of out-look, although the enterprise was what most men would have shrunk from."