- Also called waffle cloth. a fabric with an embossed surface woven in a pattern resembling a honeycomb.
- the characteristic weave of such a fabric.
verb (used with object)
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The school’s modular design resembles a honeycomb, where as few or as many nodes as needed can be linked together.The World’s First 3D Printed School Will Be Built in Madagascar|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|February 26, 2021|Singularity Hub
The surface of the cake reinforces its name, with the hexagon pattern of a honeycomb.This new Azerbaijani bakery offers stories as good as its pastries|Tom Sietsema|February 26, 2021|Washington Post
WaveCel uses a honeycomb structure that both crushes and shears laterally on impact to lessen linear and rotational energy.
In case you missed it, the central honeycomb stands for “Value”, which can only be fully achieved when all other surrounding factors are met.Google algorithms vs Google penalties, explained by an ex-Googler|Pedro Dias|December 23, 2020|Search Engine Land
They do this by repairing the wax caps on the queens’ cells in the honeycomb.Quacks and toots help young honeybee queens avoid deadly duels|Sharon Oosthoek|September 14, 2020|Science News For Students
This dish is based on the beautiful white honeycomb tripe, which comes from the second stomach, or the reticulum, of an ox.
It was like honeycomb, the cells of which had been sliced by a knife; the shining metal brimmed over in the delicate quartz cells.It Is Never Too Late to Mend|Charles Reade
You must have seen a "cob" of Indian corn some time, with all the flat yellow grains nestling in a honeycomb of little cells.Round the Wonderful World|G. E. Mitton
All the wasps which I have hitherto described have their tiers of cells single: now, the honeycomb is invariably double.
Johnny started to take an apple out of his pack, then changed his mind and took a piece of honeycomb.
The piebald sniffed at the honeycomb, then jerked up its head to watch him suspiciously.