American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- One of the Channel Islands in the English Channel east of Guernsey. It comprises Great Sark and Little Sark, which are joined by a natural causeway.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shirt or chemise; the body-garment, of linen or cotton, for either sex.
- n. One of the Channel Islands.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Scot. A shirt.
- v. (Carp.) To cover with sarking, or thin boards.
“They had spent quite a lot of time away from London, in Sark in particular.”
“Some facts I have thrust upon me, in honour of my Scottish roots: the Cutty Sark is named after a witch in Burns’ Tam O’Shanter, and indeed holds a horse’s tail in her hand.”
“Encom was the company run by the "evil" Sark aka MCP in the original who betrayed Flynn and stole his work.”
“Sark, which is just 3 miles long by 1.5 miles wide 4.8 by 2.4 km, has no public street lighting, no paved roads and no cars, officials said.”
“I will have to admit that I loved seeing "Sark" and wish he'd be on EVERY week!”
“But she was back in the thick of things before the wedding-party reached home, and everything was ready and in apple-pie order for a merry-making such as Sark had not seen for many a day.”
“I guess "Sark," former USC assistant Steve Sarkisian”
“Sarkisian -- "Sark," as he's affectionately and nearly universally known -- wasn't the first choice, though no one will say it.”
“Sark," she added, leaning back with her hands clasped behind her head, "when no one knows you're there, is just heavenly.”
“I would like to start with this Sark figure, although not sure if I should buy a carded one, since I think I would need to tear it open.”
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