honker

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honker

1. An affectedly cute or childish nickname for a goose. Billy, come look at all these honkers in the front yard!
2. slang The nose, especially one that is large. A: "Did you hear that someone elbowed Brad in the nose during the game?" B: "No, but I'm not surprised—he does have quite a honker."

honkers

slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were totally honkers!

honker

1. n. a goose. (Juvenile.) A whole flock of honkers settled on our pond.
2. n. a strange or eccentric person. Clare is a real honker these days. Is she all right?
3. n. the nose. Look at the honker on that guy. How can he see around it?

honkers

verb
See honked

honkers

1. n. a woman’s breasts. (see also hooters. Usually objectionable.) Look at the honkers on that dame!
2. Go to honked.