Definition of New Zealand white pine
1. Noun. New Zealand evergreen valued for its light easily worked wood.
Generic synonyms: Conifer, Coniferous Tree
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Lexicographical Neighbors of New Zealand White Pine
Literary usage of New Zealand white pine
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1. Forestry Handbook by R. Dalrymple Hay, Joseph Henry Maiden (1917)
"The same remarks apply to New Zealand white pine that has not been properly seasoned, and in this respect we have had a great deal of trouble lately. ..."
2. New Zealand in Evolution: Industrial, Economic and Political by Guy Hardy Scholefield, William Pember Reeves (1909)
"They carried this to such an extent that in the primitive colonial days, nearly a century back, there was almost a glut of New Zealand white pine on the ..."
3. Agriculture in Other Lands (Great Britain, Denmark, Canada, South Africa by J. A. Kinsella (1906)
"The Canadians are not so fortunate as we are in having such a fine timber as the New Zealand white-pine or kahikatea, out of which to make their boten. ..."
4. A Text-book of Woodby Herbert Stone by Herbert Stone (1921)
"New Zealand white pine (Podocarpus dacrydioides, pith-side to right, above). Ring-boundaries indefinite ; no resin-canals. ..."
5. Biennial Report of the California State Board of Forestry for the Years by California State Board of Forestry (1886)
"New Zealand WHITE PINE. A fine tree, one hundred to one hundred and fifty feet by four. Timber white, tough, and soft; for indoor work only, unless grown in ..."