Definition of pinewood
1 : the wood of the pine tree
2 : a wood of pines —often used in plural but singular or plural in construction
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Inches to the left of that, three parallel claw marks were scraped into the beige paint, just above where Zach's Cub Scout pinewood derby trophies were displayed and his Nerf guns were stored.
An island made of reclaimed pinewood from a bowling alley houses a sleek metal sink and hosts casual meals.
The unique storage of these jugs gives the wine a distinct pinewood aroma, according to Lonely Planet.
The Roman Catholic and Mormon churches, which collectively sponsor a large percentage of Scout units, have not left in overwhelming numbers, as some feared, and campouts, service projects and pinewood derbies have continued.
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