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Oaks

Pronunciation of Oaks
/ˈə͡ʊks/, /ˈə‍ʊks/, /ˈəʊ_k_s/

Antonyms for Oaks:

start, opening, beginning.

Synonyms for Oaks:

trees (noun)

laurels, Acacias, Ashes, Beeches, Birches, Ebonies, Mulberries, Cypresses, Pears, Trees, Almonds, Apricots, Balsams, Cherries, Coconuts, Locusts, Peaches, palms, alders, apples, aspens, avocados, balsas, banyans, breadfruits, butternuts, cashews, cassias, cedars, chestnuts, citrons, cottonwoods, dogwoods, elders, elms, eucalyptuses, figs, firs, gums, hazels, hickories, ironwoods, junipers, larches, lemons, limes, lindens, magnolias, mahoganies, mangroves, maples, mimosas, mountain ashes, oranges, papayas, pecans, pines, poplars, quinces, redwoods, rosewoods, sandalwoods, sequoias, spruces, sycamores, tamaracks, teaks, walnuts, weeping willows, willows, yews.

cork (noun)

bobber, close, float, phellem, plug, seal, spike, stop, stopper, stopple, Shive.

theater (noun)

theatre.

theater/theatre (noun)

amphitheater, arena, assembly hall, auditorium, barn, boards, cinema, coliseum, concert hall, deck, drama, footlights, hall, hippodrome, house, locale, movie, movie house, oak, opera house, playhouse, room, scene, site, Odeum, drive-in, show hall.

trees (noun)

laurels, Acacias, Ashes, Beeches, Birches, Ebonies, Mulberries, Cypresses, Pears, Trees, Almonds, Apricots, Balsams, Cherries, Coconuts, Locusts, Peaches, palms, alders, apples, aspens, avocados, balsas, banyans, breadfruits, butternuts, cashews, cassias, cedars, chestnuts, citrons, cottonwoods, dogwoods, elders, elms, eucalyptuses, figs, firs, gums, hazels, hickories, ironwoods, junipers, larches, lemons, limes, lindens, magnolias, mahoganies, mangroves, maples, mimosas, mountain ashes, oranges, papayas, pecans, pines, poplars, quinces, redwoods, rosewoods, sandalwoods, sequoias, spruces, sycamores, tamaracks, teaks, walnuts, weeping willows, willows, yews.

Usage examples for Oaks:

Idioms for Oaks:

Rhymes for Oaks:

  • cloaks, ochs, chokes, yolks, cokes, blokes, stokes, hoax, jokes, strokes, smokes, croaks, soaks, pokes, yokes, spokes, oakes, folks, coax;
  • provokes, invokes, evokes;

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