car horn


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Noun1.car horn - a device on an automobile for making a warning noisecar horn - a device on an automobile for making a warning noise
alarm system, warning device, alarm - a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event
auto, automobile, car, motorcar, machine - a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
horn button - a button that you press to activate the horn of an automobile
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Yet my monotone, one-size-fitsall car horn blast will have sounded no different than if had been an impatient, shaven-heeded, roadraging steroid-taking, cage-fighting numptie; 'gerroot the way you *** silly auld ***' is what Mr Canny and his wife will have heard.
CAR horn that quacks instead of blares has been developed in Seoul, South Korea.
The researchers were testing for a new car horn sound, considering that while car horns grabbed attention, they also tended to be distracting.
My son was inspired by the car horn and wanted to have a custom horn made for his bicycle In 2012, he was 9 years old.
I heard a loud noise and a car horn blaring, and ran outside to find out what had happened.
The unsuspecting driver was doing 50mph when he heard the tawny hooting, but thought it was a car horn.
Merlin's purr is rated as loud as a classroom of chattering children, a London Underground train, or the sound of a car horn 25ft away, the Mirror reported.
Manager Carol Roberts was woken by a car horn blaring outside the Abandoned Animal Association in Prestatyn.
If necessary, the car horn and indicators can be activated to facilitate the search.
As I left thevenue onLordStreet, I heard a car horn and a screech, and in a split second, I realised Iwas about to be knocked down.
For a year after passing, whenever I heard a car horn I immediately assumed it was directed at me.
The handy Rocheport, Missouri, man set about building his own modified version, combining an antique car horn and a homemade train whistle to simultaneously herald the arrival of visitors.