May 10, 2012 ... I know what it means, I was just asking about its origin – user5417 May ... In
addition to blow/toot your own horn/trumpet, there's also the idiom ...
Verb. toot one's own horn. (idiomatic) To promote oneself; to boast or brag;
to tout oneself. Not to toot my own horn, but I already knew all that.
Feb 28, 2014 ... The question was: "Where does 'Toot your own horn' come from?" ... Sometimes
it's changed to "blow your own horn" or "beat your own drum.
(Idioms T, page 11 : token gesture → toot your own horn). token gesture, To make
a token gesture means to show a small sign of appreciation. ... tongue in cheek, If
you describe a remark as 'tongue in cheek' you mean that it is not meant to be ...
The phrase toot your own horn means to boast, to praise yourself. This is often
considered to ... What does the idiom 'a green horn' mean? Inexperienced, rookie
Nov 29, 2001 ... The slang word / phrase / acronym toot (one's) horn means... . Online Slang
Dictionary. A list of slang words and phrases, idioms, jargon, acronyms, and ...
toot (one's) own horn ... Your vote: None (To vote, click the pepper.
This idiom means that people who aren't careful with their money spend it quickly
. 'A fool and his ..... Sometimes phrased as “toot one's own horn.” Blow out of ...
English idioms and idiomatic expressions in alphabetical lists with their ... (for the
) time being → toing and froing; list T11 : token gesture → toot your own horn ...
Horn definition, one of the bony, permanent, hollow paired growths, often ...
Idioms. 34. blow /toot one's own horn, Informal. to publicize or boast about .... As
cars approached a group of about 20 men and women, a cry went out: “Honk
your horn! .... as they are the chief means of attack and defence with the animals
Nov 6, 2013 ... Idiom #1: Don't Change Horses in the Middle of a Stream. ... Looking at the last
example in that definition: I'm not convinced that Jane should listen to Jill. ... Idiom
#2: Don't toot your own horn. ... Does not serve the world.