foghorn[ fog-hawrn, fawg- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foghorn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOGHORN
Lucky the rain has driven off the fog or the foghorn would keep you awake.
"Seven shillings," shouted somebody with a voice like a foghorn.
The deep note of the Goorkha's foghorn sounded close at hand.
He would have a future before him as a foghorn were it only possible to make him call at will!
"Sit you there, foghorn," FitzHerbert said, as he lowered the unresisting guest to a chair.
She was lost in an ocean of tears, I'd have had to use a foghorn.
Then again the jarring blast of the foghorn rolled out, and—on Heaven!
We hove-to, keeping the foghorn going with its melancholy bray.
"Most extraordinary thing," he bellowed in his foghorn tones.
The steam turned a laugh quickly into a roar up the foghorn.