- beefsteak mushroom,
- beefsteak plant,
- beefsteak tomato,
- beehive house,
- beehive round,
- beehive state,
- beehive tomb,
Origin of beehive
Examples from the Web for beehive
The Bees Laline Paull (Ecco) This arresting debut novel is a daring dystopian story set in a beehive.The Best Fiction of 2014: Ford, Ferrante, Klay, and More|William O’Connor|December 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A 30-yard free kick resulted and the rangy Brazilian, his hair a beehive of curls, cannoned the ball into the Colombian net.
Jeb Bush recently stuck a stick in the GOP beehive on immigration and common core education standards.
The Beehive State is attracting lots of investment, finishing seventh for Access to Capital.
Jacobs sent his models, with their beehive hairdos, down the escalator in pairs who were dressed in complimentary styles.Louis Vuitton, Chanel, McQueen Cap Paris Spring 2013 Fashion Week Shows|Robin Givhan|October 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
What is the difference between a beehive and a diseased potato?The Handbook of Conundrums|Edith B. Ordway
It is of beehive structure, and a regular little ease in pattern; for the inmate can neither sit, stand, nor lie in any comfort.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
She would have to toil in a few cells of a beehive on a side-street.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
And he would have died of want, I suspect, rather than have written Rasselas for the Beehive!
The place buzzed like a beehive and ticked like a clockmaker's.
noun the Beehive informal
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).