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honked

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

honked

and honkers
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Willy was too honked to stand up. Man, is he honkers!
See also: honk

honkers

verb
See honked

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

1. n. a woman’s breasts. (see also hooters. Usually objectionable.) Look at the honkers on that dame!
2. Go to honked.
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But if eight honkers commit to 10 fakes, mayhem is almost assured, because it's near impossible not to be in shooting position when birds commit to a 10-decoy spread.
As a Honker, Yerardi gets to do some improvising of his own, because he can use his nose as an instrument.
Six honkers didn't hesitate in the least as they sailed into the waiting guns.
"I was just out practicing when four honkers flew right smack into these trees."
And the pair will return to 'Honkers' as husband and wife after saying 'I do' in the picturesque surroundings of Mwnt, near Cardigan.
But 75 per cent is quintessentially honkers. Peter Hall, March 1999
As a way of keeping the peace during the summer break the Honkers visited the home grounds of both clubs -but even that ended in family strife.
THOMAS BJORN went bonkers in Honkers and now faces disciplinary action for his actions during day two of the Hong Kong Open.
"You really believe that God lives in you?" I asked him carefully one day, hoping that my tone did not betray my belief that such an idea was honkers.
This preposterously lavish exhibition, a science fair gone steroidally honkers, made babies squeal with joy even as it made (nonichthyological) life itself look obsolete.
Honkers, as Clive James called the city in his excellent Postcard From Hong Kong, is dripping in dough.
"Our honkers," he wryly added, "don't do it for the same reason."
The debate on motion decoys for geese rages, but used correctly, it can be devastating on honkers. Operated on a lithium-ion battery for longer life, the Lucky Duck Goose Flapper HDi has a sealed housing, so you don't have to worry about water seeping in.
It has been my experience in Canada that if you can flag and make a short-reed squeal, honkers will often sail right in.
A couple of po-faced bints with an eye to the main chance of suing an investment bank for pounds 3 million because a male client used the word "honkers" to describe breasts.