Synonyms for beehive

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The raging and roaring in the beehive could be heard in the distance.

He wore a beehive hat, but the remainder of his attire was European.

Miss Bartlett and Minnie are coming with me to tea at the Beehive.

Honey is sometimes extracted from the honeycomb and the comb replaced in the beehive.

I wish he could come too, and all his people with him, and all the ladies from the Beehive.

Not only poverty, but sin-in-rags, was sure of help in the Beehive.

Suddenly a descent was made upon the "Beehive" and all its papers and plant.

The perfect culmination of instinct we find in the ant-heap and the beehive.

On the southern slope of the mountain at the base of the Beehive.

It sometimes happens that mice, slugs, &c., enter a beehive.

WORD ORIGIN

early 14c., from bee + hive (n.). As the name of a hairstyle, attested from 1960 (the style itself said to be popular from 1958). As the name of a star cluster in the constellation Cancer, from 1840 (see Praesepe).

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