Synonym: ache, languish, pine tree, true pine, yearn, yen. Similar words: spine, pin, pink, spin, damping, dipping, chopping, developing. Meaning: [paɪn] n. 1. a coniferous tree 2. straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus. v. have a desire for something or someone who is not present.
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1 We don't carry a large stock of pine furniture.
2 The cheerful room was panelled in pine.
3 There is a pine tree in the garden.
4 Pine trees predominate in this area of forest.
5 Pine is a soft wood.
6 The character of the pine and cypress is shown in frigid winter ; the sincerity of one's friend is shown in adverse circumstances.
7 There is an old pine tree in front of the house.
8 By burning tree branches, pine needles, and pine cones, many not only warm their houses but improve the smell therein.
9 The kids were lobbing pine cones into the neighbor's yard.
10 The wardrobe is made of chipboard with a pine veneer.
11 The bed frame is made of pine.
12 The ground was thickly carpeted with pine needles.
13 The pine tress were robed in snow.
14 Pine trees are common throughout the world.
15 A pine tree overlooks the cliff.
16 They camouflaged their truck with fallen pine branches.
17 This pine is a hundred years old.
18 Towards the north the woods turn into pine forests.
19 He carves his figures from white pine.
20 The desk is made from pine.
21 The pine, cedar and spruce are evergreens.
22 The scent of pine filled the room.
23 Make sure your pet won't pine while you're away.
24 Both rooms have antiqued pine furniture.
25 There is an erect pine.
26 I rested my fishing rod against a pine bough.
27 This is a pine table.
28 He seemed to pine for his lost youth.
29 The pine needles were still quivering.
30 A tall pine dominated the landscape.