We hear toward evening, high in air, the "conk" of the wild-geese.
This unmusical "conk" is sweeter than the "kerchunk" of the bull-frog.
"I got the fog out of my conk to-day, Fanny," he said exultantly.
This horn is a conk shell, bored at one end, and its sound is heard at a great distance.
I member the very day, on the 10th of May, old mistress blowed the conk and told ...