Definition of bark :
1. Alt. of Barque
2. The short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog; a similar sound made by some other animals.
3. To abrade or rub off any outer covering from; as to bark one's heel.
4. To cover or inclose with bark, or as with bark; as, to bark the roof of a hut.
5. To girdle. See Girdle, v. t., 3.
6. To make a clamor; to make importunate outcries.
7. To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs; - said of some animals, but especially of dogs.
8. To strip the bark from; to peel.
cork, husk, hiss, struggle, crown, disable, break, injure, shout, scramble, scream, skin, words, shinny, rind, clamber, yap, burn, pop, baa, shell, bang, pare, chant, clap, pelt, hide, report, strain, call out, explosion, barque, noise, crust, corm, bole, chloroplast, shin, sputter, windjammer, snap, harm, wound, brig, branch, scrape, catkin, crack, sounds, cut, peeling, cry out, bruise, croak, rat-a-tat-tat, peel, bough, coat, blossom, yell, rage, fig leaf, case
boat (part of speech: noun)
frigate, bateau, yacht, canoe, ferry, dinghy, gunboat, scull, aircraft carrier, rowboat, galley, trawler, scow, merchantman, freighter, lifeboat, gondola, liner, dory, schooner, motorboat, dugout, destroyer, hulk, kayak, watercraft, cutter, tanker, ship, vessel, boat, ocean liner, houseboat, speedboat, steamboat, paddle boat, tugboat, cabin cruiser, longboat, barge, raft, battleship, cruiser, sampan, skiff, hydrofoil, catamaran, pontoon, fishing boat, submarine, icebreaker, cargo boat, sailboat
ululation (part of speech: noun)
ululate (part of speech: verb)
cry, chirp, call, snort, chatter, grunt, bray, growl, moo, purr, mew, squawk, cuckoo, whinny, gobble, honk, bleat, bellow, cluck, roar, snarl, coo, neigh, warble, hoot, yelp, squeal, trill, twit, caw, howl, ululate, quack, meow, bay, cackle, crow, bawl
- I heard him bark in my sleep and he saved me. - "Dick Lionheart", Mary Rowles Jarvis.
- Hence, also, it was often called Jesuit's bark, and cardinal's bark." - "On the Banks of the Amazon", W.H.G. Kingston.
- Not a bark of a dog, or the low of a cow even, could be heard. - "The Coming of the King", James Hocking.