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noun

or honk'n'wave

  1. From our crowdsourced Open Dictionary
    an event where people get together with signs by the side of a road and encourage passing drivers to hoot their horns and wave in order to show support for a cause or a politician

    His website is up-to-date. And today, he had a highly visible, 4-corner, 7-person, honk-and-wave at the intersection of Highway 93 and Hutton Ranch Plaza.

    Come show your support of 3A+3B at a weekday morning honk nā€™ wave the week leading up to the election.

    Submitted by Harris Park from United Kingdom on 02/11/2012
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