The loblolly pine, important as a lumber tree, extends along the coast from New Jersey to Texas.
The tree was the frankincense, or loblolly pine (Pinus toeda).
He wants men—not loblolly boys—and so long as he gets them he cares not a doit where they come from.
It is small for long-leaf and white pine and great for loblolly and Norway pines.
The dirt road would soon be worked into a loblolly of sticky yellow mud.
Two crops of loblolly sawlogs can be harvested in that time.
No other important forest tree of the United States comes as nearly being a cultivated tree as the loblolly pine.
loblolly boy, a derisive term for a surgeons mate in the navy.
The stand has increased enormously within historic time, the same as loblolly, and for a similar reason.
The loblolly or old field pine chooses land generally sterile and otherwise worthless.
"thick gruel," 1590s, probably from lob, imitative of bubbling and boiling + lolly, obsolete Devonshire dialect word for "broth, soup, food boiled in a pot."