from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th 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.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. One of the Channel Islands.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A shirt.
- transitive v. To cover with sarking, or thin boards.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shirt or chemise; the body-garment, of linen or cotton, for either sex.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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.