Definition of Honked

1. Verb. (past of honk) ¹



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Definition of Honked

1. honk [v] - See also: honk

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Honked

hong kong
hongbao
hongi
hongied
hongies
hongiing
honging
hongis
hongs
hongshiite
hongweibing
honied
honing
honk
honk off
honked (current term)
honker
honkers
honkey
honkeys
honkie
honkies
honkin'
honking
honkingly
honkings
honks
honky
honky-tonk
honky-tonks

Literary usage of Honked

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1. Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States: Including the District by Asa Gray (1868)
"... peduncle not longer than the involucre : sepals 4-7, oval, white, sometimes tinged with purple outside; carpels only 15-20, oblong, with a honked beak. ..."

2. Joaquin Miller's Poems by Joaquin Miller (1909)
"XIX Swift narrows now, and now and then A broken boat with drowning men; The wide, still marshes, dank as death, Where honked the wild goose long and loud ..."

3. With Three Armies on and Behind the Western Front by Arthur Stanley Riggs (1918)
"Down into a little valley dropped the motor, whirled off to one side through a field, darted through a close-growing copse, and honked for the gateway to ..."

4. The Story of the Indians of New England by Alma Holman Burton (1896)
"They howled like wolves, bleated like the fawns, honked, honked like the wild geese, and gobbled, gobbled like the turkeys, which came in droves to the oak ..."

5. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1914)
"... the big gander, grabbed him by the fetlock and both geese honked and screamed, and really I never saw a horse more frightened before nor since. ..."

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