Definition of Oregon fir

1. Noun. Lofty douglas fir of northwestern North America having short needles and egg-shaped cones.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oregon Fir

Ordovician period
Ore.
Oreamnos
Oreamnos americanus
Orebite
Orebites
Orectolobidae
Orectolobus
Orectolobus barbatus
Oregon
Oregon Jargon
Oregon alder
Oregon ash
Oregon cedar
Oregon crab apple
Oregon fir (current term)
Oregon grape
Oregon grapes
Oregon holly grape
Oregon larch
Oregon lily
Oregon maple
Oregon myrtle
Oregon oak
Oregon pine
Oregon white oak
Oregonian
Oregonians
Orel
Orelanism

Literary usage of Oregon fir

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Convention by National Electric Light Association Convention, National Independent Meat Packers Association, University of Georgia College of Agriculture, University of Georgia Dept. of Food Science (1906)
"Is clear, hard yellow pine, Oregon fir or Maine spruce the best material for cross-arms; how do these woods compare as to strength and lasting qualities? ..."

2. The San Francisco Bay Marine Piling Survey ...: Annual Progress Report by American Wood-Preservers' Association (1921)
"Untreated Oregon fir fender pile one month, July, 1920, in Municipal Quay, Oakland Estuary. ... Untreated Oregon fir pile in Southern Pacific Oakland Mole. ..."

3. Timber and Timber Trees, Native and Foreign by Thomas Laslett (1894)
"The Oregon fir or Pine is rather more rapid in its rate of growth than the Firs ... Cargoes of Oregon fir spars are occasionally brought to this country, ..."

4. Engineering Contracts and Specifications: Including a Brief Synopsis of the by John Butler Johnson (1904)
"All track stringers and guard timbers will be Oregon fir or yellow pine, of the long leaved, southern hard pine variety. All posts, caps, sills, ..."

5. Engineering Contracts and Specifications: Including a Brief Synopsis of the by John Butler Johnson (1904)
"All track stringers and guard timbers will be Oregon fir or yellow pine, of the long leaved, southern hard pine variety. All posts, caps, sills, ..."

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