Definition of pinewood in English:

pinewood

Line breaks: pine|wood
Pronunciation: /ˈpʌɪnwʊd
 
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noun

1 [mass noun] The timber from pine trees: [as modifier]: pinewood furniture
More example sentences
  • If you have pressure-treated pinewood you can use wood tone to make it look like redwood.
  • The present sources extracted from a byproduct in the refining of vegetable oils or from the oil obtained from pinewood pulp in papermaking can supply only about 10% of the people in the West.
  • A long, pinewood bar took up most of the room where the cowboys could mingle with the panhandlers and enjoy a glass of whiskey.
2 (usually pinewoods) A forest of pine trees.
More example sentences
  • Wilson said there had been a resurgence in interest in restoring native woodlands, resulting in an increase of more than 30,000 hectares in Caledonian pinewoods alone over the past 15 years.
  • A true getaway (there is no mobile phone signal) with towering mountains and Caledonian pinewoods, this is one of the remotest valleys in Scotland.
  • It was a day of galloping gales, thick mists, columns of rain marching across the hills, drenching the pinewoods and the dreary fields.

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