- a coniferous tree, Pinus taeda, of the southeastern U.S., having bundles of stout often twisted needles and blackish-gray bark.
- the wood of this tree, used for timber and pulpwood.
Origin of loblolly pine
An Americanism dating back to 1750–60
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