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Use "oaks" in a sentence
"Just as the same illustrious man's essays are good hints -- useful topics -- for essays; but no approximation to what we, in modern days, understand by _essays_: they are, as an eminent author once happily expressed it to myself, '_seeds, not plants or shrubs; acorns, that is, oaks in embryo, but not oaks_.'"
"Perhaps in "oaks" there is reference to their idolatry (Isa 1: 29)."
"Egrets perch in oaks, cormorants dive into the green water, mallards pass overhead and we hear of the recent sighting of an osprey."