- n. Plural form of pinecone.
“I'm pretty sure the pinecones are my favorite, but there are others I like a lot, too.”
“There are painstaking descriptions - complete with sketches - of pinecones and arrowheads.”
“Ariel Zambelich for The Wall Street Journal Connie Green holds out pine nuts she foraged from wild pinecones outside of Yountville, Calif.”
“Plus, it allows pinecones to germinate and release their seeds so more trees can grow and replace the old.”
“This is expecially useful to get pinecones to open up.”
“Winter – Remove plant materials and replace with an interesting arrangement of evergreens, branches of red berries, pinecones, and red bows.”
“We did that, although mostly Mason picked dandilions, violets, and pinecones.”
“Our main course of wild duck featured preserved baby pinecones.”
“I love pinecones and definately prefer them to diamonds.”
“Love the picture!! and I too love pinecones (though I admit I also like diamonds)”
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