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alburnum the soft wood between the bark and the heartwood of a tree; sapwood.
angostura bark the bitter, strong-smelling bark of either of two South American rue trees, used in medicine and as a flavoring in bitters.
bark1 any sound similar to the bark of a dog. [3/7 definitions]
bark2 to remove the bark from. [1/3 definitions]
bark beetle a small weevil, the adults and larvae of which burrow under the bark of conifers and other trees to feed on the inner bark, often causing great damage.
barker2 a person or machine that removes bark from trees or prepares it for use in tanning leather.
barque variant of bark3.
basenji one of a breed of dogs originating in Africa, characterized by a smooth chestnut-brown coat and an inability to bark.
beech a deciduous tree of temperate regions that has smooth gray bark and bears small, edible nuts. [1/2 definitions]
birch a deciduous tree or shrub with close-grained, hard wood and smooth bark that can be peeled off. [1/5 definitions]
blackjack a small oak with black bark, found in the southeastern United States. [1/6 definitions]
blister rust any of several fungal diseases of pine trees, esp. the white pine, resulting in orange blisters on the bark.
blue gum a tall eucalyptus tree native to Australia and widely cultivated in California, with aromatic leaves and a smooth bark that peels off in shreds.
callus a thickened, toughened area of skin or other tissue, such as bone or bark. [1/3 definitions]
cambium a thin layer of cells occurring between the bark and wood of a vascular plant, and producing the growth of both.
cascara a North American buckthorn tree, from the bark of which a laxative, cascara sagrada, is derived.
cashew a tropical American evergreen tree whose bark is used to produce a medicinal gum. [1/2 definitions]
cassia a tropical Asian tree or its bark which yields a variety of cinnamon. [1/2 definitions]
cinchona any of various trees and shrubs native to South America and grown also in Asia, whose bark contains medicinal substances such as quinine. [2 definitions]
cinnamon a spice made from the inner bark of any of several tropical Asian trees. [2 definitions]
cork a species of oak native to the Mediterranean area, having thick, porous, water-resistant bark. [3/6 definitions]