Examples of horn in a Sentence
musketeers carrying their gunpowder in powder horns
Recent Examples of horn from the Web
Alabama would have earned its championship, and nothing Central Florida does to toot its own horn will change that.
There’s a lot of on-stage information to take in at a Turkuaz show: a massive rhythm section, horns, singers, colorful outfits, layers upon layers of relentless, dance-funk sounds, and countless smiles.
In step 2, the attacker generates a new block—the grey one with a devil-horn icon representing the malicious double-spending transaction.
Hayes never went out of his way to toot his own horn or make nice just to be liked.
This image of Trump with devil horns kissing the Pope by artist TvBoy was put up in central Rome in May when Trump traveled to visit the Pope.
Contessa Korper's three youngest children are ready for action - 6-year-old Princess wearing devil horns, 8-year-old King donning a superhero mask and 11-year-old Queen Ona posing as a genie.
But where Alleva made noise, literally, last month by blasting train horns, sirens and emergency alarms to draw attention, Renkert advocates a more subtle approach.
The antelope horns milkweed blooms from May to October, the others all from June to September.
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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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