Origin of hive
OTHER WORDS FROM hivehiveless, adjectivehivelike, adjectivehiver, noun
How to use hive in a sentence
Instead, they employ an intricate hive mind communication system, says New Jersey Institute of Technology entomologist Simon Garnier.
For amidst the building’s abandoned desks and silent phones, 20,000 honey bees were hard at work, building a hive filled with 10 gallons’ worth of honey, beeswax, and pollen, as Invoca’s leadership learned in January, much to their surprise.20,000 honey bees took over a tech company’s empty office during lockdown|Sarah Todd|January 29, 2021|Quartz
Some hive entrances were “totally coated with poop,” says Heather Mattila.
It makes the hive appear to shimmer, which also can send giant hornets packing.
That’s when queens produce too few babies to keep the hive going.Learning what stresses queen bees could save their hives|Sharon Oosthoek|October 30, 2020|Science News For Students
The White House recently has hived some honeybees, which have proved a point of contention.
In this manner they were to be hived, and furnished with stings.John Brown, Soldier of Fortune|Hill Peebles Wilson
So, too, cities that have hived off from larger cities are called colonies.The City of God, Volume I|Aurelius Augustine
What has she got to do with the fellow youve got hived up in that shack?Ruth Fielding at Silver Ranch|Alice B. Emerson
It is in a close, hived up place in the city of Salem, and it is a wonder that he ever had a bunch of grapes to show.The Grapes of New York|U. P. Hedrick
He rose again and looked at them each in turn, and his mind was hived with memories as he gazed.The Duke's Motto|Justin Huntly McCarthy