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  • noun Plural form of claxon.

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Examples

  • These solutions include emergency cutoff switches, warning lights, audible claxons, timing circuits, door interlocks and control circuitry.

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  • When news of the device broke last week, Maureen Dowd called it "Forrest Gump biography" in The New York Times; Stanford University historian David M. Kennedy told NEWSWEEK that though he has not yet read the book, word of Morris's technique has "all my claxons and alarms ... going off."

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  • Erm, I replied something about how great it is to teach Shakespeare, internal claxons alarming the while.

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  • Alarm bells and claxons ringing, I, of course, scent new blood for the Writer's Circle.

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  • Alarm bells and claxons ringing, I, of course, scent new blood for the Writer's Circle.

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  • Some primal self-preservation claxons started screaming at me to get my butt back in the car.

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  • Smoke filled the air, permeated by sirens, claxons, and screaming.

    Typhoon Season

  • Deter'mined to learn the cause of the ringing claxons, Khisanth removed the magical wards on her archway and stomped off, headed for the meeting chamber and the exit beyond.

    The Black Wing

  • Those claxons were ringing for the first time to signal an attack.

    The Black Wing

  • Maldeev scowled in the direction of the bell tower, where the claxons still rang, looking for the culprit.

    The Black Wing

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