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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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Synonyms for bark

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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References in classic literature ?
In this adventure two mighty enchanters must have encountered one another, and one frustrates what the other attempts; one provided the bark for me, and the other upset me; God help us, this world is all machinations and schemes at cross purposes one with the other.
So saying he settled with the fishermen, and paid fifty reals for the boat, which Sancho handed to them very much against the grain, saying, "With a couple more bark businesses like this we shall have sunk our whole capital.
Don Quixote and Sancho returned to their beasts, and to their life of beasts, and so ended the adventure of the enchanted bark.
They sat beneath the shade of a great tree, and Tarzan found some smooth bark that they might converse.
It meant nothing to Tarzan, of course, for he could not tell one language from another, so when he pointed to the word man which he had printed upon a piece of bark he learned from D'Arnot that it was pronounced HOMME, and in the same way he was taught to pronounce ape, SINGE and tree, ARBRE.
The canoe whirled with each cunning evolution of the chase, like a bubble floating in a whirlpool; and when the direction of the pursuit admitted of a straight course the little bark skimmed the lake with a velocity that urged the deer to seek its safety in some new turn.
His proposal was accepted, the deer being placed in the skiff in order to lighten the canoe, and in less than five minutes the little vessel of bark was gilding over the glassy lake, and was soon hid by the points of land as it shot close along the shore.
From the dogs hast thou learned thus to bark and howl.
General, I have a thousand excuses to make to you; my manner of acting has not been worthy of such a man as you, I know very well; but I wished you to take me for the captain of a bark.
Yonder, sire, I have seven men and an officer waiting me in that little bark which is lighted by a fire.
Here is a traveler who wishes to freight your bark, and will pay you well; serve him well.
It was an explosive bark, brief and joyous, but a bark.
A LOT of dogs like to bark and most of the time they're trying to tell us something
You dog may learn that if he barks once or twice, you will turn your back, say "Quiet," and then feed him a treat.
I don't mind when there's something to bark at--someone at the door, for example.