Origin of hone1
OTHER WORDS FROM honehon·er, noun
Other definitions for hone (2 of 2)
Origin of hone2
How to use hone in a sentence
He strips out all the context and goes for simplicity; she hones in on the problem with a focus that is never myopic.
Creative writing in Room 205 hones my literary skills like a lathe.
Hones folks wouldn give ole Black Strap dat amoun uv money fo dat lilly bitty ride less dey was suthin fishy.The Ocean Wireless Boys and the Lost Liner|Wilbur Lawton
Mebby yo tink mos eveybody as big a fool as yo is, Mr. Sniffins, but yo see deys some wise an hones ones yit, don yo?Three Little Women's Success|Gabrielle E. Jackson
There are long-hones in your legs and arms, and many short ones in your fingers and toes.Child's Health Primer For Primary Classes|Jane Andrews
Mowgli could see that neither wolf nor jackal had touched the hones, which were laid out naturally.The Second Jungle Book|Rudyard Kipling
Most of the razor hones used in the United States are imported.Shaving Made Easy|Anonymous