Antonyms of OAKS

Examples of usage:

  1. In the summer Sunday afternoons there might be seen beneath the shade of those majestic oaks nearly all that was distinguished in English politics, and much that was distinguished in English literature, and few eminent foreigners visited England without making a pilgrimage to the old statesman. "Lady-John-Russell" by MacCarthy, Desmond
  2. Here and there some tall oaks shed their leaves above the seated spectators. "Ramuntcho" by Pierre Loti
  3. So I cast one long last look towards the distant mass of oaks that marked the spot where Lily lived, and rode on. "Montezuma's Daughter" by H. Rider Haggard
  4. She, it appeared, had been greatly carried away by the beauty of Live Oaks, and was making her David take her there again this morning; and she was asking me didn't I hope we shouldn't get stuck? "Lady Baltimore" by Owen Wister
  5. You were all at the Oaks, and no movement spoken of. "Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Complete" by Matthew L. Davis
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