- n. Plural form of horn.
“The only place where Mexicans routinely honk their horns is at traffic lights when the light turns green.”
“The Federal Railroad Administration has new regulations on the use of train horns, meaning that Norfolk Southern is obliged to blow their whistle at all public grade crossings in 13 communities around Virginia, including Charlottesville.”
“Just like Rush, Hannity, Beck, Coulter, and the other Happy Meal Conservative tin horns exploit right wing political porn for profit.”
“One great thing about shed horns, is all the things you can do with them.”
“I use a grunt tube, rattlin 'horns and a "bleat can".”
“The two laze around, laughing about a stampede of tin horns and drunks but soon are paddling up the Yukon to Dawson.”
“I even hear what sounds like the rara horns of Haiti, long thin horns that bwat out a sole note.”
“Locked and Loaded: if i came upon deer locked in horns, i would do the first suggestion: i would free the animals after i shot them or the one still alive.”
“To learn more about these bands or the parade, please read Marching along, tootin 'horns by Jamie Reid.”
“I would look terribly cute in horns, I'll have you know.”
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