The buoyant, light brown substance obtained from the outer layer of the bark of the cork oak
A county in the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Munster, on the Celtic Sea
the cork from the wine bottle went flying across the room
An evergreen Mediterranean oak, the outer layer of the bark of which is the source of cork, which can be stripped without harming the tree
another term for cork oak.
A metal bottle cap with a crimped edge
Tissue in the stem of a plant that gives rise to cork on its outer surface and a layer of cells containing chlorophyll on its inner surface