the cry of a goose.
any similar sound, as of an automobile horn.
to emit a honk.
to cause an automobile horn to sound: He drove up in front of the house and honked.
to cause (an automobile horn) to sound: The driver honked his horn impatiently.
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How to use honk in a sentence
There were jokes at the expense of “American treasure Tam Honks,” er Tom Hanks.Golden Globes Recap: All the Best, Weirdest Moments You (May Have) Missed | Kevin Fallon | January 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The long lines of traffic-jammed limousines filled the air with hot exhaust, red light, and angry honks.
Some of them used to come way up from Los Angeles just to try out a new car along our road with the honk-honks for pacemakers.The Boy Scouts Book of Stories | Various
Except the honks of the pilots of the flocks of wild geese, there was a dead silence everywhere.The Log School-House on the Columbia | Hezekiah Butterworth
The big brown automobile gave three honks as it swung around the corner from Church Street.Ethel Morton's Holidays | Mabell S. C. Smith
British Dictionary definitions for honk
a representation of the sound made by a goose
any sound resembling this, esp a motor horn
British and Australian slang a bad smell
to make or cause (something) to make such a sound
(intr) British a slang word for vomit
British and Australian slang to have a bad smell
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