Definition of piney in English:

piney

Syllabification: pine·y
Pronunciation: /ˈpīnē
 
/
(also piny)

adjective

Of, like, or full of pines.
More example sentences
  • North Manitou Island, Michigan: White-sand beaches and protected bird habitats encourage lollygagging on this piney isle.
  • Sitting right there in the piney woods on a sunny autumn afternoon, with the birds twittering in the trees, me and a frisbee catching deer named Pete watched Hell itself go up in smoke.
  • We arrived at 3 p.m. yesterday, and the kids eagerly invaded the piney, three-level Tyra condominium complex.

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