a structure of hexagonal cells of wax, made by bees to store honey and eggs.
a structure of adjoining cavities or cells:
a honeycomb of caves.
a mass of cavities produced by corrosion or dissolution:
tripe from the second stomach of a ruminant.
fill with cavities or tunnels:
whole hillsides were honeycombed with mines.
corrode (something) internally, forming small cavities in it.
infiltrate and undermine:
their men honeycombed the army.
, chrome, comb, Crome, dome, foam, gnome, holm, Holme, hom, home, Jerome, loam, Nome, ohm, om, roam, Rome
•Guillaume • biome • Beerbohm
•radome • astrodome • Styrofoam
•megohm • Stockholm • Bornholm
•motorhome • backcomb • honeycomb
•toothcomb • genome • gastronome
•metronome • syndrome • palindrome
•polychrome • Nichrome
•monochrome • velodrome
•hippodrome • aerodrome
•cyclostome • rhizome
Double-sided sheets of hexagonal wax cells built by honey-bees
species), in which pollen and honey are stored and the brood is reared.
Double-sided sheets of hexagonal wax cells built by honey-bees (Apis species), in which pollen and honey are stored and the brood is reared.