Definition of Klaxons

1. Noun. (plural of klaxon) ¹



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Definition of Klaxons

1. klaxon [n] - See also: klaxon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Klaxons

klatch
klatches
klatchs
klatsch
klatsches
klatskin's tumour
klatskin tumour
klavalier
klavaliers
klavern
klaverns
klaviers
klaxon
klaxoned
klaxoning
klaxons (current term)
kleagle
kleagles
klebelsbergite
klebsiella infections
klebsiella pneumonia
klebsiella pneumoniae
klebsiella rhinoscleromatis
klebsiellas
klecktoken
klecktokens
kleeblattschadel
kleemanite
kleenebok
kleenex

Literary usage of Klaxons

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1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1913)
"... took ferry and landed on the San Francisco side, where their arrival was heralded with much joyous acclaim with blare of trumpets and shriek of klaxons. ..."

2. The New Era in American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1919)
"This delicate and light-hearted humoresque is sung to an orchestral accompaniment of race-horns, klaxons, trumpets, thundering motors, the mad tympani of ..."

3. The New Era in American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1919)
"This delicate and light-hearted humoresque is sung to an orchestral accompaniment of race-horns, klaxons, trumpets, thundering motors, the mad tympani of ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1922)
"Another system of signals with push-button operated klaxons enables the man on the loading platforms to signal for stopping and starting of loading ..."

5. History of the American Field Service in France, ʻFriends of France", 1914-1917 by James William Davenport Seymour (1920)
"There was not a light to be seen in the town, and no horns or klaxons were supposed to be used. Shells shot by us over our heads, but so near that the noise ..."

6. Essays and Miscellanies by Joseph Smith Auerbach (1922)
"and horns and klaxons, to wake pedestrians out of the trances into which they seem often to - pass while crossing thoroughfares. Should you fail to see all ..."

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