Examples of horn in a Sentence
musketeers carrying their gunpowder in powder horns
Recent Examples of horn from the Web
About the worst was a passing car honking its horn.
Oceanside resident Susan Porter was the motorist ticketed Tuesday for honking her horn.
Decked out in the requisite lobe job, hairline and horn rims, Harrelson valiantly creates a performance halfway between impersonation and suggestion.
Hurley began flashing his lights and honking his horn to get the officer to pull over, authorities said.
In other spots across Houston, fans honked their car horns and shouted.
Gillespie attracted attention with his beret, goatee, horn-rimmed glasses, and, when playing, froggy cheeks.
There was traffic noise on both sides of the Las Vegas sign site, punctuated by the occasional honking horn, as cars drove in and out of the city.
Krauss requested horns like those that Merle Haggard sometimes used, and for once, her fiddle fills are dwarfed by the frequent, pillowy flourishes of a string section.
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Origin and Etymology of horn
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of horn for Students
- The knife handle was made of horn.
- Drivers were blowing their horns.
- Each soldier carried a horn of powder.
medical Definition of horn
hornedplay \ˈhȯ(ə)rnd\ adjective
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