As cars approached a group of about 20 men and women, a cry went out: “honk your horn!”
So I asked the driver to honk the horn, which he does, and Rod looks over.
That is, a honk and a tweet may lie near the heart of any easy listening.
I took the photo and immediately noticed a nearby sign, which said “honk If You Love This Flag.”
Well, by and by, after a while, he heard the honk of an automobile horn.
If she gets afloat afore I come back you honk and holler and I'll row after you.
The honk, honk of an automobile horn was heard in the far distance to the rear of them.
A mingling of honk and cackle, it manifested not excitement so much as curiosity.
There was a touch of frost in the air, and already the wild geese were moving southward, and he heard their honk!
Noises we hear, the warning shriek of the fire engine or the honk!
cry of a goose, 1814, American English, imitative. As a verb by 1854, of geese; the sense of "sound a horn," especially on an automobile, first recorded 1895 in American English. Related: Honked; honking.