Horn synonyms

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A transient wave or variation in potential difference that propagates along a nerve axon
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A wind instrument
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A hornlike tuft of feathers on the head of some birds.
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Lace worked by the needle.
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(Anat.) Any horn-shaped structure
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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Hard growth on the head of certain animals
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Any of a class of filamentous proteins that are abundant in the cytoskeleton of vertebrate epithelial cells and are the main constituents of the outer layer of skin and tough epidermal structures such as hair, nails, hooves, feathers, and claws.
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(Biochemistry) A protein, similar to collagen, found in connective tissue, that has elastic properties.
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The material comprising horns, sense 2
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The material comprising horns, sense 2
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The material comprising horns, sense 2
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A thing made of bone or of bonelike material
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A sharp projection on the blade of a saw or similar implement.
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Having processes resembling small horns.
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Of a hard substance, similar to horn.
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A metallic apparatus for sending or receiving electromagnetic waves.
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Any branch of such a growth
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A horn used by hunters.
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(Music) A woodwind musical instrument that has a distinctive liquid tone whose characteristics vary among its three registers: chalumeau (low), clarion (medium), and altissimo (high).
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(Music) A wind instrument of the trumpet class, having three valves operated by pistons.
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A representation of a goat's horn overflowing with fruit, flowers, and grain, signifying prosperity.
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The definition of an instrument is a tool for doing work, particularly for scientific or artistic purposes.
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A bulge, knob, swelling, spine or anything that protrudes.
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Any of a group of keyed woodwind instruments having a single reed, conical bore, and metal body, usually curved
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A musical instrument, one of the few aerophones in the percussion section of the symphony orchestra.
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A large brass instrument consisting of a long tube bent parallel to itself twice and ending in a bell mouth: it is of two types, the slide trombone, in which different tones are produced by moving the slide, or movable section of the tube, in or out, and the valve trombone, played, like the trumpet, with valves
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A musical instrument of the brass family, generally tuned to the key of B-flat.
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A reed stop in an organ, having eight-foot pitch.
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(Carpentry) A projecting member like a tenon, and serving the same or a similar purpose, but composed of several steps, or offsets, called teeth.
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a device on an automobile for making a warning noise
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a device on an automobile for making a warning noise
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a device on an automobile for making a warning noise
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A person or thing that hoots
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(US, in the singular, card games) The suit, in a game of cards, that outranks all others.
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(Music) The American name for a coiled brass musical instrument derived from the French hunting horn, having rotary valves.
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Part of a Western-saddle protruding from the shoulders, designed to hold a rope for stopping animals
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The section of a band or orchestra composed of woodwind instruments.
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(Music) A musical instrument whose tone is produced by vibration of the lips as the player blows into a mouth piece (tubular resonat).
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A wind instrument
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The definition of a rack is something used to display or hold things.
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A byproduct or consequence of an action or event.
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A ruminant mammal (Antilocapra americana) of western North American plains that resembles an antelope, has forked horns that are shed and regrown annually, and is noted for its speed.
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Any of various birds of the family Bucerotidae, with bills resembling a cow's horn. Many species have a casque above the bill, and many imprison their young in a tree.
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The bone comprising the front part of the skull and forming the forehead in humans
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The end of a long bone that is originally separated from the main bone by a layer of cartilage but later becomes united to the main bone through ossification.
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The hollow shaft of a feather, the bottom of which attaches to the bird's skin.
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Hard growth on the head of certain animals
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The part of a bound book covering the backbone, and usually bearing the title and author's name
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(Anatomy) A natural swelling, projection, or outgrowth of an organ or part, such as the process of a vertebra.
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Find another word for horn. In this page you can discover 54 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for horn, like: spike, air horn, corniplume, point, cornu, cornicle, cornule, keratin, elastin, epidermal tissue and corneous matter.