[ UK /fˈɒɡhɔːn/ ]
  1. a warning device consisting of a horn that generates a loud low tone
  2. a loud low warning signal that can be heard by fogbound ships
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How To Use foghorn In A Sentence

  • The bishop has been forced into a humiliating retreat after endorsing a booklet by Stephen Green, the foghorn from Christian Voice. Hugh Muir's diary
  • The steed carrying it brayed, its coarse voice bellowing out like a foghorn.
  • Maybe it's because they sound like a goat rammed down a foghorn.
  • The deep boom of a foghorn echoed across the bay.
  • We surfaced to a flat-calm sea beneath one of the peculiar Victorian foghorns.
  • I enjoy the city sounds of early morning, especially when the foghorns are in the mix.
  • ‘Joy’ links a fluttery jungle beat with a distorted bass line that sounds like nothing so much as a foghorn.
  • The sound effects are relatively basic as well, with consequent explosions, foghorn, and bird sounds sprinkled throughout.
  • Along the way they took recordings of the sounds of foghorns, lightships, coastguard stations and the voices of those who lived and worked there.
  • Leadri screamed in his ear, her voice not that far from the sound of a foghorn.
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