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Synonyms for bark

Synonyms for bark

a sudden sharp, explosive noise

to make a sudden sharp, explosive noise

to speak abruptly and sharply

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a noise resembling the bark of a dog

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a sailing ship with 3 (or more) masts

the sound made by a dog

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speak in an unfriendly tone

cover with bark

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remove the bark of a tree

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make barking sounds

tan (a skin) with bark tannins

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It is crucial to show the children how to place their hands under the 2-D curved tree bark as a support when they adhere their body parts to the bark.
CHARLOTTESTOWN, PEI -- Negotiations are underway to create a power plant that would convert dead branches and tree bark into energy.
A new study suggests that the natural pine tree bark extract known as Pycnogenol[R] (pic-noj-en-all) may help heal hard-to-treat skin ulcers caused by poor leg circulation.
PROPOLIS IS MADE BY THE BEES FROM LEAF BUDS AND TREE BARK, AND USED TO SEAL THE HIVE.
Stained wood box with glass front; paper, light bulb, colored-paper image on wood form, plastic spicier, tree bark, and dried leaves, 14 1/4" x 10 1/2 x 5 1/4" (36 x 26 x 13 cm).
In Shapero's drawing Skinned Alive, 2004, one piece of paper, rendered with intricate markings that resemble fur, or perhaps tree bark, lies crumpled over another smooth sheet, like an integument that's been flensed.
In 1235, some Londoners are reduced to eating tree bark to survive; 20,000 of them die of starvation.
She produces natural pesticides out of crushed leaves and tree bark mixed with red chili pepper.
will include identifying and pressing leaves, demonstrations of tree bark weaving and poetry readings by students in the Young Writers Association.
He claims to have made his first feature, Tales from the Gimli Hospital (1988), which celebrates the ancient art of carving fish from tree bark, to get back at his Icelandic relatives.
The creativity evolves from the artist's love of the natural world: leaves, fish, tree bark, the moon, butterflies and many other features we find outdoors.
If we look at the forest instead of the tree bark, does it really make sense to continue with two separate switching infrastructures?
Every gram of Pacific yew tree bark yields about 50-70 micrograms of paclitaxel; in branches and leaves of certain varieties of hazelnut, about 5 micrograms of paclitaxel can be extracted.
Since it came down in 1989, reconstruction efforts have caused fluctuations in the water table, choking exhaust, and parking mishaps that result in bumps and scrapes to tree bark.
The swampers who lived within the Okefenokee until the early 20th century learned to find their way around by studying the thickness of tree bark.