- any of several pines from which pitch or turpentine is obtained.
Origin of pitch pine
Examples from the Web for pitch pine
Historical Examples of pitch pine
But he loaded her with pitch-pine deals and sent her off to hunt for her luck.Falk
On the side of the mountain we found only yellow and pitch-pine.
After dark, the whole scene was lit up with fires of pitch-pine.The Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman, Complete
William T. Sherman
At first it stretched straight and plain through the pitch-pine woods.Wild Folk
For the pitch-pine's noblest qualities are, after all, not artistic, but moral.A Rambler's lease
- any of various coniferous trees of the genus Pinus, esp P. rigida, of North America, having red-brown bark and long lustrous light brown cones: valued as a source of turpentine and pitch
- the wood of any of these trees