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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Rejected suitors take to roaming as naturally as unhived bees; and the business to which he had cynically devoted himself was in many ways congenial to Venn.
"'Twas as a hive of bees that greatly thrived; * But, when the bee-swarm fled, 'twas clean unhived."
If she cannot be found, they return to the old hive, though occasionally they attempt to enter some other hive, or join themselves to another swarm if any is still unhived.
But, when the bee swarm fled, ’twas clean unhived.
"'Twas as a hive of bees that greatly thrived; * But, when the bee swarm fled, 'twas clean unhived." [