pine·​land ˈpīn-ˌland How to pronounce pineland (audio)
: land naturally dominated by pine forests

Examples of pineland in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Myakka River State Park With 58 square miles of wetlands, pinelands, prairie, and palm hammocks, Myakka River State Park is one of the best places to camp in the Sunshine State. Skye Sherman, Travel + Leisure, 4 Apr. 2023 Minto was building its third Latitude Margaritaville there, on a hundred and ten thousand acres of pineland in an area called Watersound, five miles from the Gulf Coast. Nick Paumgarten, The New Yorker, 21 Mar. 2022 Having the injunction removed may make saving the pineland harder, said plaintiff Al Sunshine, a retired TV reporter and founder of the Miami Pine Rocklands Coalition who lives across the street from the project. Jenny Staletovich, miamiherald, 14 Mar. 2018 No survey was done for tiger beetles, which were first discovered in the pineland in the 1930s, vanished and were rediscovered in 2007. Jenny Staletovich, miamiherald, 8 Dec. 2017 The large, constricting black pine snake prefers to lounge in open pinelands and scrounge around for a meal of mice, rats, squirrels, birds or eggs. Beau Evans,, 12 June 2017 PATRICK FARRELL The pineland twinflower or snakeherb, is fairly common in pine rocklands but rarely grow in other places. Jenny Staletovich, miamiherald, 4 May 2017

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Word History

First Known Use

circa 1658, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of pineland was circa 1658

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“Pineland.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 28 May. 2024.

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