Nautical A horn for sounding warning signals in fog or darkness, used especially on ships, buoys, and coastal installations.(noun)
A booming, insistent voice.(noun)
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Use "foghorn" in a sentence
"i am constantly reminded of that little chickenhawk feller who used to appear in foghorn leghorn cartoons."
"So I write here today once again, simply trying to be a "foghorn" in the midst of the religious smokescreens that are thrown up daily by the modern day "ministers" of God."
"The rise of the Tea Party owes a great deal to Rupert Murdoch's Fox TV, the foghorn of extremism that changed the nature of political discourse."