Origin of suber
Words nearby suber
How to use suber in a sentence
When the tree is some five years old, its whole energy is directed toward the increase of the suber.
But such a thing is rarely allowed to happen: the suber is of too much value to man.
In one species of oak this layer--which is called the suber--assumes a peculiar character and is of remarkable thickness.
That the suber of the Romans was our cork-tree, is generally and with justice admitted.
This name is as much of a mystery as the word “Suber” and its origin can only be guesswork.Cork: Its Origin and Industrial Uses|Gilbert E. Stecher