Scotch fir

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Related to Scotch firs: Pinus sylvestris
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Noun1.Scotch fir - medium large two-needled pine of northern Europe and Asia having flaking red-brown barkScotch fir - medium large two-needled pine of northern Europe and Asia having flaking red-brown bark
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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You may see her now, as she walks down the favorite turning and enters the Deeps by a narrow path through a group of Scotch firs, her tall figure and old lavender gown visible through an hereditary black silk shawl of some wide-meshed net-like material; and now she is sure of being unseen she takes off her bonnet and ties it over her arm.
A few lofty Scotch firs grew hard by upon a knoll; a clear fountain near the foot of the knoll sent up a miniature streamlet which meandered in the heather.
It was a narrow winding path through a thick grove of old Scotch firs; and Catherine, struck by its gloomy aspect, and eager to enter it, could not, even by the general's disapprobation, be kept from stepping forward.
Just beyond it is a nice little grove of Scotch firs, and I used to be very fond of strolling down there, for trees are always a neighborly kind of things.
At the sound of his voice she started back and retreated out of his sight amongst some young Scotch firs growing near the very brink of the precipice.