piney


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pine·y

 (pī′nē)
adj.
Variant of piny.

piney

(ˈpaɪnɪ)
adj
1. of, relating to, having or consisting of, pine trees or pine
2. having a scent like pine

pin•y

or pin•ey

(ˈpaɪ ni)

adj. pin•i•er, pin•i•est.
1. abounding in or covered with pine trees.
2. pertaining to or suggestive of pine trees.
References in classic literature ?
Those woods stretch unbroken over a vast region; and everywhere they are such dense woods, and so still, and so piney and fragrant.
When Nora Alexander arrives in Piney Woods, Texas, to fulfill her dying mother's last wish, she has no idea what awaits her.
11 August 2017 - US-based holding company Blackstreet Capital Holdings' Piney Ice Holdings, Inc affiliate and Ice Rink Holdings, LLC have acquired substantially all of the assets of the American Heartland Arena in Lincolnwood, Ilinois, and Center Ice of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Ilinois, the companies said.
gt; Piney is on the loose " The pet snake, called Piney - a non-venomous Louisiana pine snake - went missing from its home in Solva around two months ago.
Highway 64 between Johnson County Road 2530 and Big Piney Creek in Knoxville, Johnson county.
The newspaper reports the speckled tan, black and white rock was mined near Piney River and other areas in the 1900s as a source of both titanium used in paint pigments and steel alloys, as well as calcium phosphate used in artificial teeth and agricultural fertilizer.
On the Gulf side of Piney Island, there are extensive grassflats that produce speckled trout.
It had got its start in 1937 when its founding members were formed into a musical group at the Piney Woods Country Life School in Mississippi.
Christopher Paul Curtis's THE MADMAN OF PINEY WOODS (9780545156646, $16.
the top GOP bundler of East Texas, said in a Thursday interview with The Texas Tribune that he will round up Piney Woods money for Bush.
2% abv beer is "generously dry hopped" with Starr Hill's hop cannon for a "complex aroma melding citrus, piney, floral, tropical, herbal and earthy notes.
21 (1882) Laurence Clifton Jones, the gifted educator known as the "Little Professor" of Piney Woods Country Life School, was born in St.