The joinings are made water-tight by a coating of tamarack gum put on hot, or by the pitch of the yellow pine.
In the course of time Kagh came to the edge of a tamarack swamp.
Odors of balsam and pine and tamarack came in a light, cool breeze up the river valley.
But she began to confide in Tom after this evening of her return from the tamarack swamp.
We sat skinning him where he had fallen at the edge of a grove of tamarack, and T—— conversed about the royal family of England.
The lumbermen have little use for the tamarack and so have passed it by.
She had no desire to have people hanging about the borders of the tamarack swamp, whether they had business there or not.
"Here," he cried holding up the pieces of tamarack he had cut.
Frosty stalked and missed a rabbit, and made a wild spring at a grouse that was roosting in the lower branches of a tamarack.
You can wear a long skirt to tamarack, but beyond it is a nuisance.
North American red larch, 1805, probably of Algonquian origin (cf. synonymous hackmatack, 1792, from a source akin to Abenaki akemantak "a kind of supple wood used for making snowshoes").