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honky

offensive slang A derogatory term for a white person.
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honkey

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honkie

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honky

and honkey and honkie and hunky
1. n. a white male; a Caucasian. (Black. Not necessarily derogatory. A pronunciation variant of hunky. Compare to jonx = junks.) Some honky was around asking for you.
2. mod. in the manner of a Caucasian; white-like. That’s honky music. I want to hear soul.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"Another Honky Tonk Song" is being released to country radio, worldwide:
The disc includes songs from Big Bender CDs by the Railbenders, Buckskin Stallion, the Honky Tonk Hangovers, Oakhurst, the Dalhart Imperials and Marry Jones & the Pork Boilin' Poor Boys.
And as for "the big plank", he certainly crafted some corking tunes out of it with the likes of Honky Cat and a cracking I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues turning into virtuoso displays of honky-tonk and boogie.
Williams' voluminous catalog of hits (including "Lovesick Blues," "Move It On Over," and "Honky Tonkin'") still fills jukeboxes from coast to coast, while tribute albums and cover songs abound among punks, rockers, and honky-tonkers.
"In the past ten years, Times Square has gone from a honky tonk retail backwater to one of New York's most expensive retail addresses, commanding rents averaging $350 per square-foot, as the area attracts more tourists and office workers while developing a family-friendly atmosphere," explains Aquino.
Waylon Jennings: Honky Tonk Heroes (Buddha Records 7446599619 2)
The first two volumes, The Golden Age and Honky Tonk Heroes, reach from the Carter Family and Roy Acuff to Lefty Frizzell and Ray Price--by far the most attractive stuff, if only because it's less processed-sounding than what's to come.
It took a couple of days, but I finally worked out why the honky tonk bars in Nashville stamp your hand when you enter...
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, 67, can't remember all those honky tonk women - or if they ever did manage to spend the night together.
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George Jones: The Life and Times of a Honky Tonk Legend
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Tonight Shine Like Stars feat Toy Horses, Ragmans Jukebox, The Panoramic - Ku Bar, Stockton FREE before 11pm or pounds 4 after The Southmartins, Andy Jones & The Norton Rockets - The Georgian Theatre, Stockton pounds 5/pounds 7 The Four Fighters - The Forum, Darlington pounds 7 Acoustic Strawbs - ARC, Stockton pounds 12 Saturday Johnny & The Moondogs - Square 1, Middlesbrough FREE Rising: A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen - The Forum, Darlington pounds 8 Phil Saunders, Lift, Lessons, Bisons - Georgian Theatre, Stockton pounds 6/pounds 4 Buzzard Creek - Ranch House Club, Hutton Rudby Honky Tonkin!
We walked into a honky tonk bar on Broadway and as we did the leader of the band playing, Eddie King of The Eddie King Band, asked if I was a musician and if I could play 'Folsom Prison' by Johnny Cash?