Examples from the Web for hooter
It's a hooter you'd only be delighted with if you were a snowman.Kate's First Official Portrait: Will Artist be Sent To Tower for Hideous Picture?|Tom Sykes|January 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
All too soon the blue peter at half-mast and the blowing of the hooter recalled them.The Bonadventure|Edmund Blunden
Then came the note of the hooter, mockingly distinct; and then the hum of the engine receding from the house.The Odds|Ethel M. Dell
At once the hooter wails out the signal, "abandon ship stations," and the "attacked by submarine" flag is hoisted at the mast.'Green Balls'|Paul Bewsher
At ten minutes to six the hooter sounds a second time, then again at five minutes, and finally at six oclock.Life in a Railway Factory|Alfred Williams
The people that call you names or make faces at you after you've saved their silly lives by blowing the hooter at them.
British Dictionary definitions for hooter
noun mainly British
Word Origin and History for hooter
by 1823, "anything that hoots," especially an owl, agent noun from hoot (v.). Slang meaning "nose" is from 1958. Meaning "a woman's breast" (usually in plural hooters) attested by 1972. The Hooters restaurant chain began 1983 in Clearwater, Florida, U.S.