Adjective "oaken" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈəʊkən/

Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'Auntie now resembles a once-magnificent oaken beam, riddled with woodworm and crumbling into its final collapse - like the country it used to so proudly represent.'
  2. 'Swinging up over a large, partially painted oaken beam, Fiona pushed aside the fabric that had been cunningly painted to look like rotten wooden slats.'

Definitions

1. made of oak: the old oaken bucket.

2. of or relating to the oak tree.

More examples(as adjective)

"beams can be oaken."

"wardrobes can be oaken."

"truncheons can be oaken."

"tables can be oaken."

"shelves can be oaken."

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