The white-oak acorns are much larger than any I ever saw in England.
Sharp, shrewd, able and all that, but rough and hard as the broadside of a white-oak plank.
The best thing for this is a light decoction of white-oak bark, applied with a sponge to the sore parts.
Dead earnest, Miss King; and for medicine we had sumac and white-oak bark.
"What a wonderful country the white-oak Flats must be," she said.
The green-crested pewee builds its nest in many instances wholly of the blossoms of the white-oak.
It was at twilight, and I stood on the edge of an old orchard where grew a white-oak tree.
At the heels of this horseshoe bend ran a high ridge, covered partly with poplar trees and partly with white-oak trees.
A mile from the house he had erected a white-oak post which served as guide for those in search of his dwelling.
The little boy's coat was of red broadcloth, and my cape of a canary yellow, dyed at home in white-oak dye.