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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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Turn Back The Clock is a quirky comic review featuring songs of the 1940s
said Lebanon still faces what it described as foreign-backed groups seeking to turn back the clock, adding that the Syrian crisis risks destabilizing the country.
If I could turn back the clock I wish I would not have ballooned as much in between fights," Hatton said.
And 47% also said if they could turn back the clock, they wouldn't allow themselves to become overweight.
STOCKTON and District 177 are preparing to turn back the clock with the inaugural staging of the Rallye 177.
The parents said that they have no need of electricity at the cost of miseries of our children so the government should turn back the clock as soon as possible.
Bloomberg said he was angered to see fundamentalists trying to turn back the clock on teaching evolution in schools--and denounced the intelligent design theory as 'creationism by another name.
Is the Bush administration trying to turn back the clock to a time when federal employees couldn't get security clearances if they were found to be gay?
Aloha Airlines will turn back the clock with a $39 one-way inter-island fare as it prepares to roll out an aircraft in Aloha's classic Funbird colors
MICHAEL Heseltine yesterday urged the Tories to turn back the clock if they ever want to win power again.
This would turn back the clock on more than half a century of progress, since Franklin Roosevelt's famous executive order prohibiting discrimination in defense contracts during World War II.
Rugby icon Leonard heads an illustrious list of past and present players who will turn back the clock for a charity match at Sardis Road this weekend (3pm).
McConnell would turn back the clock on religious freedom and throw out more than 50 years of church-state law.
If only we could turn back the clock," laments Irfan Maqsood, a 21-year-old Srinagar student.