In the distance, drivers coming up the hill from Georgetown honked in support of Pussy Riot.
As he walked to his car and I turned right onto Fairfax Avenue, I honked my horn.
Groups of young people in cars waved flags out their sunroofs and honked their horns in victory.
He honked his horn loudly a couple of times and got out of the car and walked up to the shack and tried the door.
A chauffeur at the mouth of the alley counted the flashes, and honked his horn.
Right direct in front of that door—there was a police car stopped and honked.
We tooted our horn and honked up its western side to the Potteries.
A Mexican came out when Blake honked the horn, and filled the tank sullenly.
Lefty, driving up to the curb to pick up Mack, honked also for Tim.
From the street rose the rumble of a motor, punctuated by a horn that honked.
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.