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Pine

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Noun

1. pine, pine tree, true pine

a coniferous tree

2. pine

straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus

Verb

3. ache, languish, pine, yearn, yen

have a desire for something or someone who is not present

Example Sentences:
'She ached for a cigarette'
'I am pining for my lover'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Pine

see synonyms of pine
noun
1. 
any evergreen resinous coniferous tree of the genus Pinus, of the N hemisphere, with long needle-shaped leaves and brown cones: family Pinaceae
See also longleaf pine, nut pine, pitch pine, Scots pine
2. 
any other tree or shrub of the family Pinaceae
3. 
the wood of any of these trees
4. 
any of various similar but unrelated plants, such as ground pine and screw pine
verb
1. (intr; often foll by for or an infinitive)
to feel great longing or desire; yearn
2. (intransitive; often foll by away)
to become ill, feeble, or thin through worry, longing, etc
3. (transitive) archaic
to mourn or grieve for
noun
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Pine

see synonyms of pine
verb intransitiveWord forms: pined or ˈpining
1. 
to waste (away) through grief, pain, longing, etc.
2. 
to have an intense longing or desire; yearn
with for, after, or an infinitive
verb transitive
3.  Archaic
to mourn for
noun
1. 
any of a genus (Pinus) of evergreen trees of the pine family, with hard, woody cones and bundles of two to five needle-shaped leaves; many pines are valuable for their wood and their resin, from which turpentine, tar, etc. are obtained
2. 
the wood of such a tree
3. 
the odor of pine trees, or a synthetic odor resembling this, often used to scent deodorizers, cleaning solutions, etc.
4. 
pineapple
adjective
5. 
designating a family (Pinaceae) of conifers having needlelike leaves and, usually, woody cones and valuable wood, including the larches, spruces, firs, and hemlocks

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Pine

see synonyms of pine
n.
1. Any of various evergreen trees of the genus Pinus, having fascicles of needle-shaped leaves and producing woody seed-bearing cones. These trees are widely cultivated for ornament and shade and for their timber and resinous sap, which yields turpentine and pine tar.
2. Any of various other coniferous trees, such as the Norfolk Island pine.
3. The wood of any of these trees.
v. pined, pin·ing, pines
v.intr.
1. To feel a lingering, often nostalgic desire.
2. To wither or waste away from longing or grief: pined away and died.
v.tr.
Archaic
To grieve or mourn for.
n.
Archaic
Intense longing or grief.

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