Noun(1) tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants(2) a noise resembling the bark of a dog(3) a sailing ship with 3 (or more(4) the sound made by a dog
Verb(1) speak in an unfriendly tone(2) cover with bark(3) remove the bark of a tree(4) make barking sounds(5) tan (a skin
(1) beavers feed on leaves and the living bark of trees(2) If your garden lacks good drainage, work fully composted pine or fir bark or a similar organic amendment into the soil.(3) The trees still had brown bark and bright green leaves, but the blossoms were blue, purple, silver, all at once.(4) We sheltered under the shade of the massive overwhelming oak trees whose bark was protected from vandalism by vicious spikes forced into the trunk.(5) The beetle normally hatches in August and then spends the winter, dormant, in larvae beneath the bark .(6) Don't allow bark around moth orchid roots to dry completely.(7) Fresh paint has been applied, and pathways have been lined with bark chips, new trees and shrubs.(8) The pup stopped in front of him, and gave a sharp bark .(9) To avoid this problem in the future, in fall after the ground has frozen, mulch the planting with 2 to 4 inches of bark .(10) Dropping with my back against the tree, the sharp edges of the bark cut my hands in several places.(11) Being leaf eaters, they eat a great deal of leaves, fruits, twigs, and tree bark ; they have chambered stomachs.(12) He would use varnish and cottonseed oil and some ink black to bark the grain in the wood.(13) The guava has a bark of smooth brown that flakes off from time to time revealing its sensuous green undergarment.(14) Shredded bark , as opposed to nuggets or chips, provides the best coverage and, in my opinion, looks the best.(15) On the outer bark of the tree are brown spots, said to resemble the rust spots of nails.(16) Visitors also have a chance to taste tambelo, a grub that lives inside the bark of mangroves.