a tract of sandy or peaty soil in which pine trees are the principal growth, as in low-lying areas near the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the U.S.
the, an extensive coastal region in S and SE New Jersey, composed chiefly of pine stands, sandy soils, and swampy streams. About 2000 sq. mi. (5180 sq. km).
noun 1. a city in central Arkansas, on the Arkansas River.
[pahyn-drops] /ˈpaɪnˌdrɒps/ noun, plural pinedrops. 1. a slender, leafless, parasitic North American plant, Pterospora andromedea, having nodding white to red flowers, found growing under . 2. .
- Pine end
noun 1. (dialect) the gable or gable end of a building
noun 1. the plant family Pinaceae, characterized by mostly evergreen, resinous trees having narrow, often needlelike leaves, male flowers in catkinlike clusters, and scaly female flowers that develop into fruit in the form of a woody cone, and including cedar (genus Cedrus), fir, hemlock, larch, pine, and spruce.