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beehived

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EtymologyEdit

beehive +‎ -ed

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beehived (not comparable)

  1. Having a beehive hairdo.
    • 2006, Elizabeth Letts, Family Planning, page 68:
      [] Flo came in with a jingle of keys, swathed in a perfumed mist of hair spray and fresh nail lacquer — every Thursday morning Flo left for the "post office" at eleven A.M. and came back freshly painted and beehived.
    • 2011, L. S. Asekoff, Freedom Hill: A Poem, page 7:
      He's so bored these days he'd go ten miles to see a dead mule & his new wife, the spun-gold beehived eighty-year-old hussy, speaks in opaque allegories I can never understand []