yellow pine


Definition of yellow pine

1 : any of several North American pines (such as a Ponderosa pine or longleaf pine) with yellowish wood
2 : the wood of a yellow pine

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Southern yellow pine, which is sawed into lumber and pulped into paper and particle board, is one of the region’s top agricultural products. Ryan Dezember, WSJ, "Stressed Southern Timber Growers Get Hit Again," 27 Oct. 2018 Made of fir and southern yellow pine, the Henrietta C. was a visual song. Earl Swift, Outside Online, "The Incredible True Story of the Henrietta C.," 20 June 2018 The home features cypress wall cladding, yellow pine vaulted ceilings and stone floors and walls. Maureen C. Gilmer, Indianapolis Star, "They didn't have the highest bid for dream home, but a simple letter sealed the deal," 25 May 2018 Living/Dining Area Walls and ceiling: 1 x 12 shiplap yellow pine, available through Craddock Lumber Co., Dallas; Southern Living, "Source Guide - February 2013," 2 Jan. 2013 My dad’s job was wherever there was southern yellow pine. Chuck Dauphin, Billboard, "Charlie Daniels on His Memoir, Lynyrd Skynyrd's Plane Crash & How Bob Dylan Changed His Career," 20 Oct. 2017 In this case, Ron discovered the same wide-plank yellow pine that's upstairs. Elle Decor Staff, ELLE Decor, "Victorian Revival," 5 July 2012

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First Known Use of yellow pine

1709, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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