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Synonyms for clock

round the clock

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  • morning, noon and night
  • all day
  • continuously
  • non-stop
  • day and night
  • night and day
  • without a break
  • twenty-four seven

Synonyms for clock

to record the speed or duration of

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Synonyms for clock

measure the time or duration of an event or action or the person who performs an action in a certain period of time

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A clock ticks, soft footsteps, whispers in procession to worship and at daybreak, the chanting of clear female voices rise in celebration .
The slow-moving clock ticks once a year--its "century hand" advances once every 100 years, and it chimes every thousand years.
As the clock ticks toward the new millennium, doomsayers across the nation are falling over themselves to point out alleged similarities between our modern age of relative tolerance and the earliest of biblical times.
the system works by checking out on-board hardware and highlighting possible compliance problems that the user may face when the clock ticks over into the year 2000.
As the clock ticks past midnight on December 31, 1999, many software-driven systems may respond as though the year 1900 followed 1999, potentially wreaking havoc with normal operations in virtually every sector of the economy.
But the Villa boss could take some tips from his Wolves counterpart and close friend Mick MCarthy when it comes to wheeling and dealing at Villa Park as the clock ticks down.
CARLO ANCELOTTI has insisted he does not need to justify his record as Chelsea manager as the clock ticks down to what appears the end of his Stamford Bridge career.
The clock ticks The chimes ring out Oh, happy sounds - one hour less to get through till it's time to dress You happy sleepers don't know your luck Into bed and bedclothes tuck Drift off to dreamland, only wake When the alarm goes off - it's past daybreak Thank god for books and Radio 4 World News and all before you happy sleepers deign to rise and rub restful sleep from out your eyes.