I put up at the “hunting-horn,” a fine hotel, but ridiculously expensive.
It should likely be a silver trumpet or a hunting-horn of gold!
Over his green doublet he wore a sad-coloured nightgown, out of the pocket of which peeped his hunting-horn.
Uncle Remus was polishing a long cow's-horn, for the purpose of making a hunting-horn for his master.
Vincennes bears a hunting-horn; Vienna, a V closed and barred.
Through it Cato's red coat glimmered, and the hunting-horn, curving up over his bent back, struck out streams of blinding sparks.
The hunting-horn was generally represented as small in the hunting scenes which abound in illuminated MSS.
The web is flat at the edges and gradually hollows into a crater, not unlike the bell of a hunting-horn.
On the altar behind the principal group stands a shrine, on which is a little figure of St. Hubert with his hunting-horn.
We do not imagine that William Rufus patronised harmony more intellectual than the blast of the hunting-horn.