from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of piny.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of piny.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See piny.
- adj. A term used in designating an East Indian tree (the Vateria Indica or piney tree, of the order Dipterocarpeæ, which grows in Malabar, etc.) or its products.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See piny.
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With spicy flavors inflected with what some call piney and others graphite notes.
It's known for having -- known as the piney woods.
Time, and the pushing a railroad through this eastern portion of the State, have effected vast changes for the better, and among these quaintly called piney-woods people now are families of wealth and cultivation.
This energetic Christian worker and model of moral courage was born October 24, 1866, in the "piney" woods, eight miles from Sumterville, Sumter county, Ala. -- fifteen miles from the railroad.
The flowers that graced the small table on this day were brought by the distinguished visitor, who came from a stroll in the "piney" woods.
He also rejected my description of the Rainier as "piney," but when he offered his descriptions, mint was right there.
 Among the suit papers in the Carter v. Carter suit is a copy of a Northern Neck patent 1729 February 28, for 7,269 acres in Stafford (later Prince William) County to Robert Carter, Junior, "at a place called the piney Ridge ...
Drive on back in those piney woods and try to find it.
Once it gets to room temperature, there is a faintly piney-resiny note on the palate.
I still think of Portnoy's father—his valiant work-life, the way he held a baseball bat, the "piney air" he savors in the alien woods.