horn[ hawrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF horn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HORN
The horn will resound in welcome, the drawbridge will be lowered for us.
If the hunter fires then, over the horn, he will strike the beast's backbone.
The Coromandel was bound to Cadiz, and thence round the Horn.
The passage was a fine one, as we doubled the Horn at midsummer.
There had been no indication in von Horn's attitude toward the girl that he loved her.
Even the fowl at Horn o' the Moon are not of the ordinary sort.
She was an exposition of the domestic resources of Horn o' the Moon.
Suddenly he heard the blast of a horn close by, then the baying of hounds.
Suddenly the stillness of the night was broken by the sound of a horn.
“You seem to be great at blowing your own horn, at any rate,” said Dick, quietly.