apiarian

ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to bees or beekeeping
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How To Use apiarian In A Sentence

  • Just such a buzz and murmur as then arises might have been heard in Weston court-yard when the boys poured out from the schools, only increased so much in volume as the human vocal organs are more powerful than the apiarian. Dr. Jolliffe's Boys
  • The bees, he announced, would be taken to "a farm in Connecticut," which, assuming this is not a euphemism, is hardly the worst summertime fate for a New Yorker, apiarian or otherwise. Alex Henry: An Apiarian Incident
  • It is considered to be a leader and one of the greatest ambassador of the apiarian industry.
  • A quantity of fine artificial "wax" and natural tallow were added to the offerings, in case she was more apiarian than insectoid. Damia's Children
  • Francois Huber, the master and classic of contemporary apiarian science. The Life of the Bee
  • The Moore Honeyhouse is a new addition to an apiarian smallholding near the top of Little Terrapin Mountain in North Carolina.
  • Even his apiarian neighbours were asked for help, providing him with bees and bee-hives.
  • The publication has been pronounced useful to the practical apiarian and a valuable contribution to the natural history of the honey-bee. The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume V. The Songs of Scotland of the Past Half Century
  • The new newsletter contained more contributed articles from regional experts and many advertisements for apiarian supplies.
  • To be-labor my apiarian analogy: the honey that's dipped from that busy hive can be sweet and nourishing, or it can be hallucinogenic and deadly. Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates
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