white spruce

noun
1.
a spruce, Picea glauca, of northern North America, having bluish-green needles and silvery-brown bark.
2.
the light, soft wood of this tree, used for pulp and in the construction of boxes, crates, etc.

Origin:
1760–70

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white spruce
 
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a N North American spruce tree, Picea glauca, having grey bark, pale brown oblong cones, and bluish-green needle-like leaves

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Example sentences
The lodge, constructed of white spruce about a decade ago, has a rustic
  exterior and spacious guest suites.
White spruce provides food and shelter for many species of wildlife.
The grow along with the tamarack, balsam fir, and white spruce.
For example, red needles on a mature white spruce are often a symptom of spruce
  bark beetles.
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