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?(h?ng′kē-t?ngk′, hŏng′kē-tŏngk′)
A cheap, noisy bar or dance hall.
1. Of or relating to such a bar or dance hall; tawdry: a honky-tonk district; honky-tonk entertainers.
2. Of, relating to, or being a type of ragtime characteristically played on a tinny-sounding piano or in a honky-tonk.
intr.v. hon·ky-tonked, hon·ky-tonk·ing, hon·ky-tonks
To visit cheap, noisy bars or dance halls.

[Perhaps from honk.]
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1. slang
a. a cheap disreputable nightclub, bar, etc
b. (as modifier): a honky-tonk district.
2. (Jazz) a style of ragtime piano-playing, esp on a tinny-sounding piano
3. (Music, other) a type of country music, usually performed by a small band with electric and steel guitars
4. (Music, other) (as modifier): honky-tonk music.
[C19: rhyming compound based on honk]
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(ˈhɒŋ kiˌtɒŋk, ˈhɔŋ kiˌtɔŋk)

n., adj., v. -tonked, -tonk•ing. n.
1. a cheap, noisy, garish nightclub or dance hall.
2. of or characteristic of a honky-tonk.
3. characterized by honky-tonks: the honky-tonk part of town.
4. of or pertaining to ragtime music played on a tinny-sounding upright piano.
5. to visit honky-tonks.
Also, honk′y-tonk`y.
[1890–95, orig. uncertain]
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- May come from the New England dialect word honk, "to idle about," and is a rhyming duplication.
See also related terms for idleness.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.honky-tonk - a cheap drinking and dancing establishmenthonky-tonk - a cheap drinking and dancing establishment
bar, barroom, ginmill, saloon, taproom - a room or establishment where alcoholic drinks are served over a counter; "he drowned his sorrows in whiskey at the bar"
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Slang. A disreputable or run-down bar or restaurant:
Slang: dive, joint.
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[ˈhɒŋkɪˌtɒŋk] N
1. (US) (= club) → garito m
2. (Mus) → honky-tonk m
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n (US inf: = country-music bar) → Schuppen m (inf)
adj music, pianoschr?g; honky-tonk barSchuppen m (inf)
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He experienced his first success on the charts with "Room Full of Roses," and his other hits included "Stand By Me," ''Window Up Above" and the honky-tonk anthem "Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time."
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Combining the best aspects of honky-tonk with a dash of '50s pop, South Texas Suite will thrill any country music purist.
Scaffolding blocks the eye at nearly every turn, and if that's not enough to discourage close scrutiny, the honky-tonk, tawdry streetscape does the rest.
Emerging from Bakersfield's raucous honky-tonk scene of the post WWII-era, Haggard became a towering figure, producing 38 chart-topping records from 1966-88 with his longtime recording and touring band, the Strangers.
Classic honky-tonk country is the backbone of Dale Watson's sound.
Drawing inspiration from classic blues, soul, country, honky-tonk and rock 'n' roll, he continues to play an important recording, touring, and unofficial mentoring role in modern music.
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Demonstrators went past the White House in Washington DC, along iconic Fifth Avenue in New York and through the middle of Nashville's honky-tonk district.
Price, who had more than 100 titles on the Billboard country chart from 1952 to 1989, helped invent the genre's honky-tonk sound early in his career.