adjective, pin·i·er, pin·i·est.
Origin of piny
Examples from the Web for piny
On some maps these insignificant little buttes are shown as mountains, under the name of “Piny Buttes.”The Extermination of the American Bison|William T. Hornaday
So we went to the little house in the piny forest, where two hearts were to be made one.Voyage of the Paper Canoe|Nathaniel H. Bishop
Then it became known that deserters were, indeed, infesting the piny district of Holetown, and in considerable numbers.Two Little Confederates|Thomas Nelson Page
David had lain back on a piny bank; and as he ate, his eyes followed the treetops, swaying a little now in a rhythmic wind.Tiverton Tales|Alice Brown
“I came in to tell you about my new enterprise, Piny Crest Court,” says she.Odd Numbers|Sewell Ford