Hear It!


Which Means:

The brown tree bark that floats, often used in tack boards and making the plugs (corks) for bottles.

As In:

Image The children on the island placed a message in a bottle, put a cork in the mouth, and sent it off to sea.

Heads Up!

Cork comes from the bark of the cork oak tree. Cork can be both a count and mass noun.

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