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black pine

noun
1.
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Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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  • We passed successively from one swamp of black pine to another, over ridges covered with white pine, all precisely alike.

  • The land sinks to meadows, black pine forests, with here and there a blue and wistful mountain.

    Darkwater W. E. B. Du Bois
  • Here his grave had been already dug, and a black pine coffin lay beside it.

    Thirteen Months in the Rebel Army William G. Stevenson
  • They're gaunt with famine and driving, and it beats me to think how many more's been left dead crossing the black pine country.

    A Man in the Open Roger Pocock
  • A man lies stretched on his blanket in a copse in the depths of a black pine forest of the Saginaw Valley.

    The Wolf's Long Howl Stanley Waterloo
  • There are two varieties, the black pine, and the white pine; of these the first mentioned is the most esteemed.

  • Here his grave was already dug, and a black pine coffin lay beside it.

    Nurse and Spy in the Union Army S. Emma E. Edmonds
  • And on every side of the castle they could hear the miles and miles of black pine wood seething like a black sea around a rock.

  • black pine trees stood in a long, long row, like the ghosts of tall soldiers.

  • He was a thrushlike little fellow, very shy and difficult to see as he sat poised on the tip of a black pine in the deep forest.

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