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Example sentences for honk

Drivers now honk their horns at us as they pull up to the campus gate.
Do not be turned off by a light honk of the car's horn or them crowding into a space.
To demonstrate, he got up and started shadowboxing, which earned a honk and a wave from the driver of a red ambulette.
Cars honk, buses roar, and a sea of people sweeps by.
To honk at pedestrians, bicyclists, or motorcyclists unless necessary to avoid a collision.
Honk the horn, pretend to drive, have their picture taken.
If you spot deer ahead, slow down immediately and honk your horn.
It is butted off by the largest adult who turns in confrontation and blows a braying honk at its foe.
Knock on the hood or honk the car horn before starting the engine.
With some devices, the horn will honk until the vehicle is turned off.
Before starting the engine, bang loudly on the car's hood for a few seconds or honk the horn.
If you can't get out of your car, honk the horn to attract attention.
Drivers honk their horns constantly, often for no apparent reason.
Go to the nearest police or fire station and honk your horn.

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