It's a hooter you'd only be delighted with if you were a snowman.
Then a sudden and alarming snort from her siren drew cries of "hooter's gone!"
One of our aeroplanes sounded its hooter and dropped a message about 600 yards away.
At ten minutes to six the hooter sounds a second time, then again at five minutes, and finally at six oclock.
The people that call you names or make faces at you after you've saved their silly lives by blowing the hooter at them.
At hooter time all those in the secret congregated and waited for the victim of the joke to come for his coat.
Mr. Arnold, who had come to fetch his wife, was sounding his hooter as a signal on the drive.
Defendant pleaded that in omitting to sound its hooter the owl was guilty of contributory negligence.
At twenty minutes past five the hooter sounds loudly, calling up the men of the day shift, and the pace flags visibly.
The sound of our hooter and the sight of our flag, however, has wakened the drowsy fleet to a furious activity.
by 1823, "anything that hoots," especially an owl, agent noun from hoot (v.). Slang meaning "nose" is from 1958. Meaning "a woman's breast" (usually in plural hooters) attested by 1972. The Hooters restaurant chain began 1983 in Clearwater, Florida, U.S.
A marijuana cigarette (1960s+ Students)