Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


When the bees are first hived, this is closed by a straw mat.

In this manner they were to be hived, and furnished with stings.

So, too, cities that have hived off from larger cities are called colonies.

It is not safe to delay longer than twilight of the day they are hived.

What has she got to do with the fellow youve got hived up in that shack?

Then there'll be an inspection, and Mallory'll be 'hived' absent after taps.

I've hived this crowd all by myself, and kin work 'em all right.

When hived they climb to the roof and hang in a mass for often a day.

No bees are hived in the republic; the people seem to be content with treacle.

Bess was herded, not to say hived, and her childish days were days of captivity.