oaky

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/ (ˈəʊkɪ) /

adjective oakier or oakiest

hard like the wood of an oak
(of a wine) having a pleasant flavour imparted by the oak barrel in which it was stored

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British Dictionary definitions for oaky (2 of 2)

oaky2
/ (ˈəʊkɪ) /

noun plural oakies

Midland English dialect an ice cream
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