Honeycomb meaning

hŭnē-kōm
A structure of hexagonal, thin-walled cells constructed from beeswax by honeybees to hold honey and larvae.
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The structure of six-sided wax cells made by bees to hold their honey or eggs.
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Something resembling this structure in configuration or pattern.
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To fill with holes or compartments; riddle.

Cliffs that were honeycombed with caves and grottoes.

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To form in or cover with a pattern like that of a honeycomb.
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Anything like this in structure or appearance.
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To cause to have many holes like a honeycomb; riddle.
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To permeate or undermine.

Honeycombed with intrigue.

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To become riddled with holes like a honeycomb.
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Of, like, or patterned after a honeycomb.
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A structure of hexagonal cells made by bees primarily of wax, to hold their larvae and for storing the honey to feed the larvae and to feed themselves during winter.
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Any structure resembling a honeycomb.

The wood porch was a honeycomb of termite tunnels before we replaced it.

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(construction) Voids left in concrete resulting from failure of the mortar to effectively fill the spaces among coarse aggregate particles.
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(aviation) Manufactured material used manufacture light, stiff structural components using a sandwich design.
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(solar cell) Texturing the surface of a cell to increase its surface area and capture more sun.
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To riddle something with holes, especially in such a pattern.

Termites will honeycomb a porch made of untreated pine.

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Origin of honeycomb