Sentence for oak | Use oak in a sentence

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  • The little country club at Oak Hills? (13)
  • A hollow underneath the oak was my bed. (2)
  • And right above the oak tree the first star shone. (8)
  • Under a grey old oak they sat, Beauty, Beauty Rohtraut! (10)
  • Now and then two got up, and there rang hard echoes of oak. (10)
  • After lunch they sat under the oak tree drinking Turkish coffee. (8)
  • It had a black oak floor, and its walls, again, were of ivory white. (8)
  • The same old execrable Heatherleys looked down from the black oak panellings. (8)
  • They passed under the oak tree, through a thin shrubbery, into the stable-yard. (8)
  • An oak chair against the wall close to a recessed window is all the other furniture. (8)
  • He was returning to the house, when someone called his name from underneath the holm oak. (8)
  • It had white walls, furniture of old oak, and for pictures reproductions of her favourites. (8)
  • They all proceeded to a lofty and spreading oak, accompanied by the great Chief, Altamaha. (18)
  • For if the oak is to become a stately tree, we must provide against the crowding of timber. (10)
  • The doors of all buildings were massive oak and secured by the heaviest fastenings of iron. (18)
  • All night a strong wind blew up the valley, and the acorns fell pattering over me from the oak. (2)
  • Here, a great strange old oak spread out its arms and seemed to hold the hurrying train a minute. (10)
  • They were passing under a young oak tree, where the path wound round to the rosery and summer-house. (8)
  • They neared the oak, and Emilia slanted her direction, so as to avoid the neighbourhood of the tree. (10)
  • Woods like oak, ash, and chestnut have such large pores that paste fillers are required to fill them in. (17)
  • Against the wall, stage Left, is an old oak dresser, and a small writing table across the Left Back corner. (8)
  • Gyp detached his arms from her completely, sat down on an old oak chest, and motioned him to the window-seat. (8)
  • It waxes and wanes with the currents of his vitality, but no more alters than a chestnut changes into an oak. (8)
  • He had thought that Edward was veritable tough oak, and had hitherto encouraged his light play with the weapon. (10)
  • He had thought that Edward was veritable tough oak, and had hitherto encouraged his light play with the weapon. (22)
  • Any pieces of oak or walnut that were choice were saved and seasoned for the cabinet-work and for the furniture. (18)
  • Gyp turned the bust a little, to catch the light on its far cheek; a letter was disclosed between it and the oak. (8)
  • The discovery of the affinity between the two extremes of the Royal British Oak has made me thrice conservative. (10)
  • The oak rose before me like a pillar of darkness; and overhead the heartsome stars were set in the face of the night. (2)
  • He sat down instead under the oak tree by the swing, and the dog Balthasar, who also felt the heat, lay down beside him. (8)
  • She reflected how much more she liked the sketch Jackson had made of a little club-house for the Oak Hills Country Club. (13)
  • The groaning oak slipped open, pushing them forward, and an apparition glided past, soft as the pallid silver of the moon. (10)
  • A holm oak tree shaded one corner, and its thick dark foliage gave an unexpected depth to the green smoothness of the scene. (8)
  • Walls of a rich green surmounted the oak dado; a heavy metal chandelier hung by a chain from a ceiling divided by imitation beams. (8)
  • She thought apprehensively of the rough-looking, rude old man at home, his face tanned and beaten, knobby and hard, like the gnarled stump of an oak! (13)
  • Here winding under elm and oak, And slanting up the sunny hill: Splashing the water here like smoke Among the mill-holms round the mill. (10)
  • In the early Colonial houses the wooden frames were built of heavy oak timbers which were hewn into shape and dressed down with the adze. (17)
  • Mahogany was little known in Pennsylvania, yet used to some extent in the West Indies; oak and black walnut served for the cabinet woods. (18)
  • I found myself traversing a small glen, grown over with a low oak scrub, and not presenting, on any side, the slightest trace of habitation. (6)
  • All the widely sweeping greensward Shifts and swims from knoll to knoll; Grey rough-fingered oak and elm wood Push her by from bole to bole. (10)
  • Mollie went to the book-shelves, while the others seated themselves on the carved oak settles, facing each other before the great fireplace. (18)
  • Treat the hardwood trim, such as oak, chestnut, ash, and the like, with an oil stain; rub in a filler, stained slightly darker, and then shellac. (17)
  • At the round table in a dining-room, all black oak, with many candles, and terrible portraits of departed ancestors, Anna sat between the magistrate and Gordy. (8)

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