yellow pine

NOUN
  1. hard yellowish wood of a yellow pine
  2. any of various pines having yellow wood
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  • He notes carefully the distinctive qualities of particular specimens of goldcup oak, Douglas spruce, yellow pine, silver fir, and sequoia.
  • The wallboard comes in both white oak and yellow pine.
  • Its guttery flare exposed a bed, with a thin mattress and a skimpy cover, shoved close up under the sloping wall; a sprained chair on its last legs; an old horsehide trunk; a shaky washstand of cheap yellow pine, garnished forth with an ewer and a basin; a limp, frayed towel; and a minute segment of pale pink soap. The Escape of Mr. Trimm His Plight and other Plights
  • The columbine, aquilegia ‘Magpie’, grown from free seeds included in a Thompson and Morgan order several years ago, is now opening, and was glad to get a shower to wash off the yellow pine pollen from its petals. Blessed Rain « Fairegarden
  • Ecologically, it's a transition zone between chaparral and yellow pine forest.
  • Made of mahogany with boxwood and maple inlays and black walnut, tulip poplar, and yellow pine secondary woods, the distinctive feature is the mastic or pitch used to fill in the quatrefoil and scalloped inlays on the legs.
  • For example, yellow pine chipmunks and deer mice pilfer each other's cached seeds under wet conditions.
  • Mark Donohue, 32, a shipwright from the Eastern Shore of Maryland, is hard at work making a mast from a 62-foot piece of short leaf yellow pine from South Carolina at the Middle Atlantic States section. It’s all Folk!
  • The trestle was a double-decked structure of yellow pine, with 10 by 10-in. posts and sills, 10 by 14-in. intermediate and top caps, and 2 by 10-in. longitudinal and cross-braces. Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. LXVIII, Sept. 1910 The Site of the Terminal Station. Paper No. 1157
  • The desk-and-bookcase of about 1820 is made of mahogany, birch, and mahogany veneer with tulip poplar and yellow pine as secondary woods.
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