Definition of Oakers

1. oaker [n] - See also: oaker



Lexicographical Neighbors of Oakers

oak-tag
oak apple
oak apples
oak blight
oak chestnut
oak fern
oak gall
oak galls
oak tag
oak tree
oak trees
oakbark
oaked
oaken
oaker
oakers (current term)
oakier
oakiest
oakiness
oakleaf
oakleaf goosefoot
oakleaves
oaklike
oakling
oaklings
oakmoss
oakmosses
oaks
oaktag
oaktags

Literary usage of Oakers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Audubon and His Journals by John James Audubon, Maria Rebecca Audubon, Elliott Coues (1897)
"THE LIVE-oakers THE greater part of the forests of East Florida consist principally of what in that country are called "pine barrens. ..."

2. The Tim Bunker Papers by William Clift (1868)
"... beats the White oakers all hollow, who is the better for it? General Trowbridge came through ..."

3. A Glossary of Words Used in the Neighbourhood of Sheffield by Sidney Oldall Addy (1888)
"oakers. ' A pasture called oakers lying on the north side of the s<z»cl Shirtcliffe Hall.'—Harrison. Near Grindlow in Derbyshire are some fields called ..."

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