from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The wood of the pine tree.
- n. A forest of pines. Often used in the plural.
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- n. The wood of a pine
- n. A forest or grove of pine trees, either natural or as a plantation
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The floors are covered in pinewood chips, for bedding.
On the highest ridge of land between these rivers the sandy soil is covered with a growth of pinewood, which is everywhere fringed with a dense undergrowth of evergreen shrubs.
Using materials such as pinewood, leather, brass and iron, he created a really unique piece.
In the middle of a dense, highly residential part of central Harlem known as Hamilton Heights now sits a genteel, federal-style pinewood cottage, with peach siding and thin, graceful white columns framing its veranda, overlooking the park's sloping swath of green.
Villas are built from local timbers and bamboo where possible or eucalyptus harvested from plantations and renewable pinewood.
Each unit has a queen-size bed and futon, hot-and-cold sink and pinewood floors.
Treebones Resort Each unit at Treebones has a queen-size bed and futon, hot-and-cold sink and pinewood floors.
The Guardian had scrambled down through the pinewood around the estate, the Mediterranean scrub below and on to the rocks to get the closest view possible of the stricken liner.
A few birds stirred as the east gave slow rise to the sun coming up over a stand of tall pinewood.
In the kitchen, she stared out towards the pinewood, softly humming to herself.