hand horn


noun
  1. a forerunner of the modern French horn, developed in Germany during the mid-17th century.

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How to use hand horn in a sentence

  • On the wall behind, upon the right-hand horn, you must paint her husband Tithonus, and on the left her lover Cephalus.

  • But it was obviously a second-hand horn; dents slightly marred it, here and there, and its surface was dull, rather greenish.

    Penrod and Sam | Booth Tarkington
  • Landon laughed, and held up the first and fourth fingers of his right hand horn-wise.

    The Pursuit | Frank (Frank Mackenzie) Savile