white oak definition by Webster's New World
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- any of a number of oaks having leaves with rounded lobes, acorns that mature in one season, whitish or grayish bark, and hard, impervious wood; esp., the (Quercus alba) of E North America
- the wood of any such tree, used in barrels, furniture, etc.
white oak definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A large oak (Quercus alba) of eastern North America, having heavy, hard, light-colored wood.
- See roble.