Definition of True pine

1. Noun. A coniferous tree.

Lexicographical Neighbors of True Pine

true leaf
true lobster
true love
true lover's knot
true lover's knots
true loves
true mahogany
true marmoset
true muscles of back
true name
true names
true or false
true pelvis
true pepper
true pine (current term)
true puffball
true rib
true ribs
true sago palm
true sandalwood
true seal
true seals
true senna
true slime mold
true sparrow
true statement
true thirst
true to(p)
true to life

Literary usage of True pine

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

1. American Druggist (1885)
"The last two authors refer to the " source of true pine-wool, but describe ... I am indebted for samples of the true pine or forest-wool (Wald-Wolle) to M. ..."

2. Nature Study Made Easy by Edward Byrne Shallow, Winifred T. Cullen (1908)
"I am sure you would like to be able to distinguish the best known members of the pine family, and to know the difference between a true pine, a spruce tree, ..."

3. The Forester: Being Plain and Practical Directions for the Planting, Rearing by James Brown (1847)
"There is another feature which is very remarkable in the true pine as compared ... The boll of the true pine, or Bonnet fir, when standing singly in a park, ..."

4. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson (1907)
"... whereas I think the better way would be to choose true Pine soil, if we have it— that is, rocky or poor ground of little use for anything else, and, ..."

5. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1908)
"... and in the Cape May peninsula these eastern and western strips join together almost to the exclusion of the true Pine Barren flora, which occurs only in ..."

6. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1894)
"The Hovey was a true Pine strawberry. Mr. Hovey grew it in his garden till the last, and it was my good fortune to secure a few plants of him shortly before ..."

7. The Cultivator by New York State Agricultural Society (1852)
"Its color makes it a great acquisition. Stirling Cattle fine.—An excellent variety with the true pine flavor, of great reputation in England. ..."

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