A klaxon was sounding, and warning lights flashed from the landing slot, to warn ships away from an attempted landing.
We'd both run from that spot in the Tenderloin as the klaxon sounded behind us, and we'd both been picked up by the cops.
Before he spoke, Jack pressed the button that actuated the klaxon.
Old Swainson answered on his klaxon, and then the liner began to move slowly over the glittering water.
Among the writers who have established stable reputations for themselves during the War "klaxon" is in the very front rank.
Also we used the mellow horn, for our book said that horns of the klaxon type are not allowed in Switzerland.
That means I stand in front of the dug out an when I smell something I blow a klaxon.
The plane's klaxon horn wailed through the night with a noise audible for miles.
They consisted of bells, gongs, klaxon horns, and beautiful rockets that burst in a green flare.
"loud warning horn," 1908, originally on automobiles, said to have been named for the company that sold them (The Klaxon Company; distributor for Lovell-McConnell Mfg. Co., Newark, N.J.), but probably the company was named for the horn, which bore a word likely based on Greek klazein "to roar," cognate with Latin clangere "to resound."