or hon·ey bee
[ huhn-ee-bee ]
/ ˈhʌn iˌbi /
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How to use honeybee in a sentence
The report is the latest in a serious of mass honey bee deaths reported over the past several years.Declining bee populations may lead to significant agricultural losses in U.S.|Miranda Green|May 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They grew up together, and George approved of Honey-Bee, though he thought her rather small.
When night came and softly covered the earth, Honey-Bee and George were still weeping, each in front of a tree.
With one hand Honey-Bee held the uplifted skirt and with the other she offered the woman a gold piece.
Honey-Bee was too proper to fling hers up also, so taking off the shoe that wouldn't stay on she threw it joyfully over her head.
But Pic was quite mistaken as to the power of his glance, for Honey-Bee continued to sleep with folded hands.
British Dictionary definitions for honeybee
/ (ˈhʌnɪˌbiː) /
any of various social honey-producing bees of the genus Apis, esp A. mellifera, which has been widely domesticated as a source of honey and beeswaxAlso called: hive bee
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