That the suber of the Romans was our cork-tree, is generally and with justice admitted.
The inner bark of the cork-tree is a valuable tanning material.
It was lying with his cartouche-box right away by the stunted oak, as he mentally called the cork-tree.
Here we have also the india-rubber tree, the cork-tree, and several new plants.
At length Sancho fell asleep at the foot of a cork-tree, while Don Quixote slumbered beneath a branching oak.
After trying in vain to find it, he wrapped his cloak about him, and lay down for the night at the foot of a cork-tree.
"I will," the other answered him; and he took his way to the cork-tree by the bridge.
The cork-tree will endure the barking process for seven or eight successive years.
He accordingly reached the spot, sat under the cork-tree, and saw and heard all that Pepito had heard and seen.
My usual abode is in the hollow of a cork-tree, large enough to enclose this wretched body.