Pines

/ (paɪnz) /


noun
  1. Isle of Pines the former name of the (Isle of) Youth

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How to use Pines in a sentence

  • And though it was after one o'clock, Maloney's light was still burning, for I saw his tent shining white among the Pines.

    Three More John Silence Stories | Algernon Blackwood
  • Through the Pines on the eastward ridge the moon was climbing, and now the white road stretched away before me.

  • The hill side was alive with clatter and motion; with sudden up-springing lights among the Pines.

  • He sat, with his wide hat tilted back and the sun on his face, looking out upon the blue lake between the towering Pines.

    The Gold Trail | Harold Bindloss
  • A few Pines were sprinkled about the slopes of the gully, and one or two of them which had fallen lay athwart the creek.

    The Gold Trail | Harold Bindloss