Examples of horn in a Sentence
musketeers carrying their gunpowder in powder horns
Recent Examples of horn from the Web
Well, except for one horn player who falls afoul of an angry Klingon.
The horn players likewise impressed with their security of intonation, nuance of phrase.
Most likely the surrogate would be a southern white rhino, another subspecies, which has a longer horn, more hair and some 21,000 members still living in southern Africa.
Not everyone was using electric piano that sounded like a ? and the Mysterians B-side to augment their beats, or performing with a tight horn section in matching tuxedos.
The basic concept: Coachella became a pep rally for Beyoncé’s imagined black college or university, with scores of horn players and drummers summoning a ruckus from bleachers behind her.
The Cavaliers inbounded at midcourt to James, who spun and hoisted a 35-footer that nearly went in, bouncing off the back rim as the final horn sounded.
This is not the first time that the company has locked horns with PDVSA in court.
Diener, meanwhile, reached 2,000 points on the exact same night as Kaukauna’s Jordan McCabe, a player who had locked horns with Diener in the previous two sectional finals (with both teams winning once).
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HORN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of horn for English Language Learners
: one of the hard pointed parts that grows on the head of some animals (such as cattle, goats, or sheep)
: a hard pointed part that grows on the nose of a rhinoceros
: the hard material of which horns are made
HORN Defined for Kids
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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