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honked

and honkers
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Willy was too honked to stand up. Man, is he honkers!
See also: honk
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Or, you give up, go down the left lane of the slip road and attempt to get into middle lane - only to be honked at by drivers from the previous option - to enable you to be in the left-hand lane to turn onto Radford Road.
You honked and honked and it went on for so long I thought you must have some sort of super-horn, bought at the same place people buy those coloured lights and big speakers that teenage boys put under their old Fiestas.
THOUSAND OAKS - An El Monte man was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after shooting at a motorist who honked when the man's friend threw a cigarette butt out of her car window, police said Friday.
A silver Lexus and a white Range Rover honked, while drivers of an old Honda Civic and a light pickup truck gave the Bushies big thumbs down.
I was in my car when I heard that and just honked my horn a couple of times to celebrate.
The defendant suddenly honked at me and I had spilled my latte all over myself, you see.
Drivers honked horns and transit workers stopped as local politicians laid a wreath below a green Rosa Parks Freeway sign.
We understand that as Chicago commuters headed home along the Dan Ryan tonight many stopped to get a better look and hundreds of them honked their horns as they passed the billboard," said Seth Warshavsky, the 25-year-old President of Seattle-based Internet Entertainment Group, which operates clublove.
I honked my horn and then overtook him because he drove slowly .
There were at least 10 people who saw him, flashed their lights at him, dodged him, honked their horn at him, and they had to take evasive action themselves,'' Deputy District Attorney Richard Wilson said.