Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bark.(verb)
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Use "barks" in a sentence
"Their language came to Yattmur in short barks of sound, though they were too far away for her to distinguish what was being said - even provided that what they said was intelligible."
"Suddenly the dog stirred uneasily, sniffed the air and leaped to the gravel walk where it stood giving short, uncertain barks, as though aware of something happening outside for which it could not account."
"By the time the British higher-ups are looking for any weapons they can find, or plant, on the marchers – one captain barks “We’ve got to find justification” for the wanton shooting – it’s clear whose side Greengrass is on."