Definition for pines (2 of 3)
Origin of pine1
Related formspine·like, adjective
Definition for pines (3 of 3)
verb (used without object), pined, pin·ing.
verb (used with object), pined, pin·ing.
Origin of pine2
SYNONYMS FOR pine
Examples from the Web for pines
Heightening his angst, Warren pines for precocious Jessica (Gevinson).Michael Cera Brings ‘This Is Our Youth’ to Broadway After 18 Years|Tom Teodorczuk|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Very impressed with Bradley Cooper in The Place Beyond the Pines.Morgan Freeman on God, Satan, and How the Human Race Has ‘Become A Parasite’|Marlow Stern|January 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The heartbroken masses got two last films from Gosling in 2013, both exceptional: Place Beyond the Pines and Only God Forgives.
There are the olive trees and the pines that always keep their leaves.
Secretly, however, Marie pines for Emil Bergson, a dreamer and intellect who seems ill-suited to life on a farm.
Before that there were only plantations of pines on the cliff.As the Crow Flies|Walter Phelps Dodge
Here the girls sat under the pines and Hester read aloud from Undine.A Book of Bryn Mawr Stories|Marian T. MacIntosh
The shadows were already lengthening, and a cool breeze stirred the deep aisles of the pines on either side of the highway.From Sand Hill to Pine|Bret Harte
Often I sat upon my doorstep almost ready to scream loudly enough to drown the sad music of the pines.Memories|Fannie A. (Mrs.) Beers
Many of the pines on this ridge were two feet in diameter, and a hundred feet high, with small clusters of limbs around the tops.