They are held up by a belt with a honking big gold lions-head buckle.
He believed students were taunting him, driving by his home at all hours of the night and honking a car horn.
On the phone, Esters assured me that Kelley's statements about their meetings are a big, honking fabrication.
Washington's roads were filled with cars and buses in gridlocked traffic, many of them honking horns.
People took to the darkened streets for the first time in weeks, honking horns and hooting.
They heard it in the honking of the first flock of wild geese.
Here was the poet, disturbed by the honking hustle of passing cars.
It wheeled perilously in a sharp curve, and with honking horn hurtled down the road which followed the course of the river.
A honking, a shout, the motor engine raced before it was shut off.
Long V-shaped flights of geese swept athwart the sky, very high up, but their honking came faintly to the ear.
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.
Large; humongous: We have a honking textbook in my management class (1980s+ Students)