Examples of oak in a Sentence
Tall oaks line the street.
The table is solid oak.
The cabinets are made of oak.
Recent Examples of oak from the Web
Fewer oak trees mean fewer acorns for wildlife to eat.
The new release includes coveted spacious homesites with giant oak trees and stunning views.
Best view: Reserve the secluded table under the oak tree, on the deck on the far left, for a bird's eye view of the river and marina.
The focal point is a burr oak tree planted in memory of Jefferson Middle School's late principal Patricia Cross, who served there from 2006 to 2015.
The homes, dating from the 1950s, are modest, many with two or three bedrooms, one-car garages and small but tidy yards with mature oak trees.
Typically, there’s a much slower progression of the seasons, causing maple, birch, and oak trees to each pollinate at different times, according to PhillyVoice.
Later, a neighbor who was an elder at Laurel Presbyterian Church offered Spezio the wood from a large oak tree that came down on Laurel Presbyterian property.
Both came from Detroit, and both have given Simmons fits; Baynes as a lane-clogging oak tree, Morris as a strong, agile disrupter all over the court.
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Origin and Etymology of oak
OAK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of oak for English Language Learners
: a type of tree that grows in northern parts of the world and that produces acorns
: the wood of an oak tree
OAK Defined for Kids
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