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Hink vs. Honk

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Hinknoun

(obsolete) A reaping hook.

Honkverb

To use a car horn.

‘They stood and observed how long it took for the other cars to honk.’;

Hinknoun

A reaping hook.

Honkverb

(intransitive) To make a loud, harsh sound like a car horn.

Honkverb

(intransitive) To make the vocal sound of a goose.

Honkverb

(informal) To vomit: regurgitate the contents of one's stomach.

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Honkverb

(informal) To have a bad smell.

Honkverb

(informal) To squeeze playfully, usually a breast or nose.

Honknoun

The sound produced by a typical car horn.

Honknoun

The cry of a goose.

Honknoun

(informal) A bad smell.

Honkinterjection

Imitation of car horn, used, for example, to clear a path for oneself.

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Honknoun

The cry of a wild goose.

Honknoun

To make a sound like the honk of a goose.

Honknoun

To sound the horn on an automobile or other motor vehicle.

Honknoun

the cry of a goose (or any sound resembling this)

Honkverb

make a loud noise;

‘The horns of the taxis blared’;

Honkverb

use the horn of a car

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Honkverb

cry like a goose;

‘The geese were honking’;

Honkverb

eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth;

‘After drinking too much, the students vomited’; ‘He purged continuously’; ‘The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night’;

Honknoun

the cry of a wild goose.

Honknoun

the harsh sound of a car horn.

Honkverb

make or cause to make a honk

‘geese circled around and honked’; ‘fans honked their horns’;

Honkverb

vomit.

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