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Spell check of bark

Correct spelling: bark

liner, cutter, peeling, moo, speedboat, cruiser, shell, ululate, bellow, bleat, catamaran, howl, longboat, galley, tugboat, sampan, cabin cruiser, dugout, break, crown, hydrofoil, trawler, burn, blossom, branch, houseboat, call, bawl, husk, icebreaker, call out, neigh, barque, whinny, bay, bough, snarl, yell, yacht, hiss, motorboat, caw, snap, gobble, scow, clap, vessel, bruise, barge, chatter, sailboat, cargo boat, scull, tanker, dory, scramble, injure, rind, rowboat, pontoon, cluck, gondola, gunboat, bateau, raft, boat, ululation, case, hoot, paddle boat, catkin, bole, watercraft, trill, cork, wound, ship, baa, shinny, chant, chirp, crust, corm, croak, quack, shout, yelp, bray, purr, rat-a-tat-tat, canoe, coat, pelt, dinghy, disable, honk, pop, struggle, fig leaf, freighter, sputter, coo, growl, scream, squeal, words, schooner, cry, hulk, peel, yap, skiff, squawk, fishing boat, chloroplast, aircraft carrier, scrape, steamboat, rage, noise, cackle, cry out, snort, merchantman, report, sounds, lifeboat, submarine, warble, meow, destroyer, skin, pare, bang, crow, windjammer, explosion, strain, cut, frigate, twit, clamber, battleship, kayak, ferry, brig, shin, cuckoo, harm, grunt, ocean liner, roar, hide, mew.

Examples of usage:

1) Up there was a little lake of deep green water, with red pine- bark lying in heaps by the edge, so that one made boats and raced them across. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

2) After which he addressed the children: " Remember, to- morrow is Christmas Eve, and that dog was intended by Pan Tarkowski to be a surprise for Nell, but as the surprise has started to bark, I am compelled to announce it to- day." - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) Neither does a real gentleman bark on leave- taking unless he is a dog, and Saba is one. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.