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noun

Scottish & Northern English
A shirt or chemise.
Example sentences
  • Mason stood stripped to his sark in the snow, with nothing on but his trousers.
  • He wore a sark of black silk, embroidered with strange beasts in red and gold.

Origin

Old English serc, of Germanic origin.

Words that rhyme with sark

arc, ark, Bach, bark, barque, Braque, Clark, clerk, dark, embark, hark, impark, Iraq, Ladakh, Lamarck, lark, macaque, marc, mark, marque, narc, nark, Newark, park, quark, shark, snark, spark, stark, Vlach

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Sark 2 Line breaks: Sark
One of the Channel Islands, a small island lying to the east of Guernsey.

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