wall clock

NOUN
  1. a clock mounted on a wall
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How To Use wall clock In A Sentence

  • They did have a machine, similar to one in Kobe where I got my Clannad anime lighter you put in 400 yen and either get a ball with a lighter or you get a key to open the grand pize – a wall clock. Japan April 15 &17 (day 15 and 17): the rest of Kyoto’s story and heading home
  • Highlights include, from Philadelphia, two sets of fine Queen Anne side chairs and a rare Queen Anne compass-seat footstool; from Massachusetts, a Chippendale mahogany chest-on-chest and Simon Willard wall clock; from New York, a spider-leg drop-leaf table; from Rhode Island, a Chippendale mahogany block-front desk and bookcase and several colorful maritime paintings by Thomas Chambers. Auction Watch
  • When they reached it, the wag-at-the-wall clock was just striking nine, and Jean, her morning work done, was "caning" the hearth with blue chalk as The Scotch Twins
  • Von Stein had been checking the wall clock in the laboratory then looking back at his notes for some time.
  • Help me to straighten the wall clock.
  • His eyes went from the wall clock to the red scrambler phone on his desk. THE DEVIL'S DOOR
  • Here's how Sait's son Yousuff describes the clockwork: The wall clock works for a week for one winding.
  • Physicians favored wristwatches over wall clocks for routine situations, but reversed their preference for emergencies.
  • “same as before, unless left operand is Pi and right operand is not a wall clock in which case the new meaning is ‘Neither the left nor right operand is a radical environmentalist’”? The Volokh Conspiracy » Federalism Restoration Amendment: Take 2
  • Help me to straighten the wall clock.
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