英 ['hɒŋkɪ tɒŋk]
- honky-tonk (n.)
- "cheap night club," by 1898, Southern U.S., of unknown origin. As a type of music played in that sort of low saloon, it is attested from 1921.
- 1. For several years, Bill Wirtz has been performing in small clubs and honky-tonks from Maryland to the Carolinas.
- 2. You don't hear me calling white folks honky and flat - ass!
- 3. There are a number of honky - tonks in the small town.
- 4. Some honky was around asking for you.
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