All Noun Verb
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  • Info Barking is an area of east London, England, and forms part of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. more...
  • The dog will only attack when he is barking towards a nearby enemy.
  • Not long after he was born, his family moved a few miles east to Barking.
  • He ran down the hill to see what dog was barking at.
  • Sometimes problems can occur during their training when barking is required.
  • Then the horses outside started making noise, which in turn made the dog start barking.
  • The only sound they reported from the house was a dog barking.
  • So he ran over to John and started barking at him right in the middle of a take.
  • He takes his turn singing, but people laugh at him, hearing only barking.
  • The video starts off with a young woman running through the forest with a search dog barking after her.
  • He is never seen in the play, but is heard barking on multiple occasions.
  • The adults can even cause a tree to die through ring barking.
  • It was released as the first single from their album Barking.
  • In response to the dog's barking, he shot and killed it.
  • That sound, too, seemed something more than the barking of dogs.
  • This attitude carried into the stands at the training camp, where fans started barking along with the players.
  • The dog then attempts to hold the game in that location by barking and continuous movement.
  • Barking features up and coming comedians, most of whom have gone on to become big stars.
  • Throughout the night, the children could hear a dog barking somewhere nearby, but no one came to their aid.
  • She further claims that the animal ran away after her dog began barking and growling at it.
  • They are quiet dogs, only barking if necessary or if they are provoked.
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Root form of barking is bark for the verb.

Words starting with barking

Meaning of barking

  • verb Speak in an unfriendly tone
    She barked into the dictaphone
  • verb Cover with bark
  • verb Remove the bark of a tree
  • verb Make barking sounds
    The dogs barked at the stranger
  • verb Tan (a skin) with bark tannins