Definition of Bullhorns

1. Noun. (plural of bullhorn) ¹



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Definition of Bullhorns

1. bullhorn [n] - See also: bullhorn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bullhorns

bullfly
bullfrog
bullfrogs
bullgine
bullgines
bullhead
bullhead rail
bullhead rails
bullheaded
bullheadedly
bullheadedness
bullheads
bullhook
bullhooks
bullhorn
bullhorns (current term)
bulliable
bullied
bullier
bullies
bulliest
bulliform
bulling
bullings
bullion
bullionist
bullionists
bullions
bullirag
bulliragged

Literary usage of Bullhorns

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1. A survey of London by John Stow (1842)
"The arches or bowes thereupon, with the bullhorns, five in number, to wit, one at each corner, and one on the top in the middle upon the arches, ..."

2. The White House Garden by William Seale, Erik Kvalsvik (1995)
"In the midst of fountains, bronze statuary, and elm trees, noisy protesters wield painted signs and bullhorns and sometimes pause to play chess at lunchtime ..."

3. Repression of Montagnards: Conflicts Over Land and Religion in Vietnam's by Sidney Jones, Malcolm Smart, Joe Saunders, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (2002)
"... several Highlander leaders spoke over hand-held microphones and bullhorns, outlining the demands for independence and religious freedom. ..."

4. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1834)
"The fishermen's wives call them bullhorns, which supposes a prior knowledge of their appearance. Among them are sometimes found a lew of I. exigua; which, ..."

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