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noun as in rash

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That kind of slightly over-anxious, wrapping up of objects in connoisseurship brings me out in hives.

Playing overbearing guardians of their only child, these characters love their son so much that it gives him stress-induced hives.

Despite the problems, the number of hives hasn't fallen since CCD first showed up in 2006.

Because beekeepers have responded to the loss of hives by creating new ones.

If there's enough money to be made, beekeepers will work very hard to build more hives.

Women were plaiting hives in the open air; and the bees were abroad, mingling their humming with the murmurs from the sea.

It is ayether a cure f'r th' hives or enthers largely into th' mannyfacture iv carpet slippers.

At the same time several houses like bee-hives were perceived.

A small garden was attached, in the walls of which are still to be seen the recesses which contained Mike's bee-hives.

Above all, he had the reputation of stealing bee-hives, to which the fact of his being a bee-keeper was a sort of cover.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hives, such as: epidemic, eruption, flood, spate, wave, and breakout.

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