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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Certain sounds may seem to come out of a bullhorn.
▪ I grabbed a bullhorn and yelled, in my most commanding flight attendant voice, for them to back up.
▪ The cop is saying through his bullhorn that he wants to take the baby.
▪ The visible ones grow larger as the fog reflects up at them; their voices become bullhorns.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

bullhorn \bullhorn\ n. a portable loudspeaker with built-in microphone and amplifier.

Syn: loud-hailer.


alt. ''(Chiefly U.S.)'' A megaphone which electronically amplify a person’s natural voice. n. ''(Chiefly U.S.)'' A megaphone which electronically amplify a person’s natural voice.


n. a portable loudspeaker with built-in microphone and amplifier [syn: loud-hailer]

Usage examples of "bullhorn".

Another moment of pure silence, then Banish lowered the bullhorn and nodded across to Fagin, who hand-signaled his group to go.

Debbie had parked the Omni right in front and were propagandizing with a bullhorn.

Then there was another voice from outside, with a bullhorn, harder, eager, you could hear the adrenalin in it, shouting that the building was surrounded, that he should pick up the phone.

Troops were clothed, fed and sheltered by the QMC, which also had supplied Buffalo soldiers with spurs and saddles, and General Fatten with bullhorns for his jeep.

They faced the street, some of them holding bullhorns to their mouths, all of them screaming slogans such as, "EAT THE CORRUPTIONS OF LIFE!

While a hush had fallen over the closest rows, in the distance Smithback could hear the shouts and yells of marchers, mingling with the even more distant crackle of bullhorns, wail of sirens, and honking of car horns.

Over the squawk of the ambu­lance scanner and the distant pulse of the city, she could make out sounds floating from the dark interior of Central Park: the angry buzz of bullhorns, shouts, screams, the whine of sirens.

The GC seemed on the rampage in Zhengzhou, hauling the unmarked to loyalty mark centers, rounding up Jews to take to concentration camps, and shouting through bullhorns every time a new session of worshiping the image of Carpathia came due.

One of the cowboys stepped into a bully pulpit and lifted a bullhorn to his mouth.

Jim said, striding landward on the wharf, raising his bullhorn to chew out some Landing residents who were adding household goods to the stack of red priority cargo.

Lewis handed his bullhorn to Buchanan and followed the talker down the steps- steel rods welded to the side of the conning tower.

If you have a double switch on the alarm circuit, with a sixty-second delay, it can be wired so that if the inside one isn't deactivated in time, you get sirens, bullhorns, calliope music, anything you might want to hear.

At just about any other time, I could probably have stood at the corner of Duval and Flagler with a bullhorn and raised more than half the troops.

For good measure he had worked linseed oil into his matched bullhorns and they now shone wickedly black.

When the Harlequin appeared on the still-being-constructed shell of the new Efficiency Shopping Center, his bullhorn to his elfishly-laughing lips, everyone pointed and stared, and he berated them: -.