Scotch fir

NOUN
  1. medium large two-needled pine of northern Europe and Asia having flaking red-brown bark
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How To Use Scotch fir In A Sentence

  • A short steep-up grass hill behind was crowned with a few Scotch firs, and in front, an old orchard of apple trees, just breaking into flower, stretched down to a stream and Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works
  • I prefer the “mast of some great ammiral,” with all its tackle, to the Scotch fir or the alpine tannen; and think that more poetry has been made out of it. Life of Lord Byron
  • A short steep-up grass hill behind was crowned with a few Scotch firs, and in front, an old orchard of apple trees, just breaking into flower, stretched down to a stream and a long wild meadow. Five Tales
  • The spruce trees and Scotch fir were our stronghold, and it was in spruce thickets we made our hiding-places by day. Three Times and Out: A Canadian Boy's Experience in Germany
  • I prefer the "mast of some great ammiral," with all its tackle, to the Scotch fir or the alpine tannen; and think that _more_ poetry _has been_ made out of it. Life of Lord Byron, Vol. 6 (of 6) With His Letters and Journals
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