four o'clock

  1. any of several plants of the genus Mirabilis having flowers that open in late afternoon
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  • Worrying about survival was a whole new area for the four o'clock horrors to run riot in. TICKLED PINK
  • There was another day of successful dredging, and, about four o'clock, while several men were still out on the ice, whirlies with great columns of drift came steadily down the glacier, pouring over the seaward cliffs. The Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914
  • Kenworthy spent half an hour with the teleprint, then went to bed, setting his alarm for four o'clock. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
  • I have an appointment with him at four o'clock.
  • Getting up at four o'clock every morning is sheer purgatory.
  • I tired myself with walking on Friday: the gout came on Saturday in my foot; yesterday I kept my bed till four o'clock, and my room all day-but, with wrapping myself all over with bootikins, have scarce had any pain-my foot swelled immediately, and today I am descended into the blueth and greenth: (76) and though you expect to find that I am paving the way to an excuse, I think I shall be able to be with you on The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 4
  • The following afternoon, promptly at four o'clock, the Earl of Denby appeared at the front door of the Earl of Matlock carrying a bouquet of wildflowers.
  • He vindicated the honour of Warbeach by drinking a match against a Yorkshire skipper till four o'clock in the morning, when it was a gallant sight, my boys, to see Hampshire steadying the defeated North-countryman on his astonished zigzag to his flattish-bottomed billyboy, all in the cheery sunrise on the river -- yo-ho! ahoy! Rhoda Fleming — Complete
  • I had a cup of tea and a bun at four o'clock.
  • At four o'clock in the afternoon, after we had passed the greatest heat of the day in the disgusting tents of the Mooresses, stretched by their side, we heard a cry of "_To arms, to arms_! Naufrage de la frigate la Méduse. English
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