Examples of horn in a Sentence
musketeers carrying their gunpowder in powder horns
Recent Examples of horn from the Web
The horn sounded and the first quarter of the summer league game between the Charlotte Hornets and Boston Celtics came to a close inside the Cox Pavilion on the UNLV campus.
Callahan was winning before the horn sounded, ending practice.
As the horn sounded, Mavs guard Rolando Blackman approached Harper with a pained look on his face.
But the ball bounded to the midfield, and the final horn sounded.
Nerves were set free as soon as that final horn sounded.
When the horn sounded, Grantham raised his arms and urged on the cheers from the sort of full house that’s normally the case next door at football’s Death Valley.
The team then pumps nitrogen gas into the horns, which assault the article with 150 decibels.
That might seem like an easy ask, but the situation puts Amazon on the horns of a dilemma inherent to its business model, which allows almost any seller to list items on the site.
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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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