All parts of the mango tree have a resinous fragrance, that suggests turpentine.
The heated air was filled and stifling with resinous exhalations.
Whence the inferior surface of the plate of zinc abounds now with vitreous ether, and its upper surface with resinous ether.
The still summer air was heavy with the resinous smell of the great forest.
Captives discarded the resinous and pithy, outer layers of juniper berries.
And he realized what a blessing the deluge of rain was in that world of resinous timber.
The name pitch pine is locally applied to almost every species of hard, resinous pine in this country.
Viscid: sticky: covered with a shiny, resinous or greasy matter.
The dark cypresses sway their slender tops pompously and pour out their resinous breath.
Their base is Copal, a fossil, resinous substance of vegetable origin.
resinous res·in·ous (rěz'ə-nəs)
Of, relating to, or derived from a resin.