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adjective: Like cork in appearance or texture.
From Latin suber (cork oak). Earliest documented use: 1670.
Remove the initial letter and you get uberous.
“Most of the year [floss silk trees] are noticed primarily for their unique trunks that are covered with suberous, pea green bark and large, squat, keep-your-distance thorns.”
Joshua Siskin; Learning About Spectacular-Looking Floss Silk Trees; Daily News (Los Angeles, California); Sep 11, 2014.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:If there is a God, I don't think He would demand that anyone bow down or stand up to Him. -Rebecca West, author and journalist (21 Dec 1892-1983)