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pinewood

[pahyn-woo d] /ˈpaɪnˌwʊd/
noun
1.
the wood of a pine.
2.
Often, pinewoods. a forest consisting chiefly of pines.
Origin of pinewood
1665-1675
First recorded in 1665-75; pine1 + wood1
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  • They will think at pinewood that you have had no proper training here, at all.

    A Little Miss Nobody

    Amy Bell Marlowe
  • Nobody stirred in the pinewood, nor in the shrubbery closer to the Hall.

    A Little Miss Nobody

    Amy Bell Marlowe
  • But few of the girls at pinewood Hall cared to take “extras.”

    A Little Miss Nobody

    Amy Bell Marlowe
  • The front door of pinewood Hall had not been unchained at that hour.

    A Little Miss Nobody

    Amy Bell Marlowe
  • She was angrier with Cora than she had ever been before since the opening of pinewood Hall.

    A Little Miss Nobody

    Amy Bell Marlowe
  • I hope she will remain mad with me as long as we are both at pinewood!

    A Little Miss Nobody

    Amy Bell Marlowe
  • Nancy wept as she had never wept since coming to pinewood Hall.

    A Little Miss Nobody

    Amy Bell Marlowe
  • All she had feared since coming to pinewood Hall was now about to be realized.

    A Little Miss Nobody

    Amy Bell Marlowe

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