protective outer covering of branches and stems that arises from the cork cambium.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
bark (verb)
intransitive verb
1.
a) to make the characteristic short loud cry of a dog
b) to make a noise resembling a bark
2.
transitive verb
to speak in a curt loud and usually angry tone - snap
1.
to utter in a curt loud usually angry tone - an officer barking orders
2.
to advertise by persistent outcry - barking their wares
bark (noun)
1.
a) the sound made by a dog - barking
b) a similar sound
2.
a short sharp peremptory tone of speech or utterance
bark (noun)
1.
the tough exterior covering of a woody root or stem , specifically the tissues outside the cambium that include an inner layer especially of secondary phloem and an outer layer of periderm
2.
- cinchona
3.
a candy containing chocolate and nuts that is made in a sheet and broken into pieces
bark (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to treat with an infusion of tanbark
2.
a) to strip the bark from
b) to rub off or abrade the skin of - barked a shin on the desk
bark (noun)
1.
a) a small sailing ship
b) a sailing ship of three or more masts with the aftmost mast fore-and-aft rigged and the others square-rigged
2.
a craft propelled by sails or oars
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