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shortleaf pine

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noun short·leaf pine \ˈshȯrt-ˌlēf-\

Definition of shortleaf pine

  1. :  a pine (Pinus echinata) chiefly of the southeastern United States that has short flexible needles usually in clusters of two and reddish-brown bark; also :  its yellow wood



1796

First Known Use of shortleaf pine

1796

Rhymes with shortleaf pine

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