honk

[ hongk, hawngk ]SEE DEFINITION OF honk

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If she gets afloat afore I come back you honk and holler and I'll row after you.

A mingling of honk and cackle, it manifested not excitement so much as curiosity.

While he was there Chester heard the honk of the Imp's horn outside.

Noises we hear, the warning shriek of the fire engine or the honk!

Well, by and by, after a while, he heard the honk of an automobile horn.

Just then the honk, honk of an automobile sounded from the front of the house.

As if in answer to that question a honk of a motor car was heard outside.

From somewhere in the distance came the honk of a wild goose.

There was the distant roll of street-cars, the warning; honk!

Before the answer could be given a honk sounded at the door.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HONK

blew

verbmake sound, usually with instrument

blow

verbmake sound, usually with instrument
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