Definition of honker in English:

honker

Line breaks: honk¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈhɒŋkə
 
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noun

1A person or thing that honks.
More example sentences
  • There were no people who were loud and annoying; there were no cars honking their honkers; and most of all, no brothers who read your diaries.
  • The glaring lights and the loud noises of the vehicles, the demonic screeches of the honkers and the non-stop blaring of the speakers at the canteen made sleep impossible.
  • As a result, police recently materialised on Clinton Street and began handing out tickets to honkers.
1.1North American informal A wild goose.
More example sentences
  • There are still some honkers feeding in fresh cut corn, but most ducks have headed south.
  • It's the time of the year when you'd normally be hearing the call of honkers overhead.

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