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piny

or pine路y

[ pahy-nee ]
/ 藞pa瑟 ni /
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adjective, pin路i路er, pin路i路est.
abounding in or covered with pine trees: piny hillsides.
pertaining to or suggestive of pine trees: a piny fragrance.
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Origin of piny

First recorded in 1620鈥30; pine1 + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for piny

piny
/ (藞pa瑟n瑟) /

adjective pinier or piniest
of, resembling, or covered with pine trees
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