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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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As the clock ticked under two minutes until halftime, Oakmont missed a scoring chance when the Lunenburg defensive line stopped Bakanowksy on a fourth down at the 1-yard line.
TEENAGER Kirstie Foster was happily chatting to pals on the internet as the clock ticked down to tragedy, police say.
First, on 76-minutes, Lee Peltier headed into his own goal from closerange and then, as the clock ticked down, Oldham striker Craig Davies rounded-off the scoring with a tidy finish from 12 yards out.
As the clock ticks on the threat of a service workers strike, both sides in the dispute remained split on the key issues as REW went to press.
As the clock ticks, the four find unusual connections, revealing profound secrets and surprises.
As the clock ticks, you e-mail your project partner in Tokyo, who will continue working on the mold design after you close up shop for the night and then hand it back to you for the finishing touches when you return in the morning.
`A clock ticks, soft footsteps, whispers in procession to worship and at daybreak, the chanting of clear female voices rise in celebration ...' For them it's a daily sacred prayer, for us it's a rare moment to be at peace with oneself among all the hustle and bustle of a busy life.
Says Hillis: "The reason I aimed for ten thousand years is that's about how long we've had technology." The slow-moving clock ticks once a year--its "century hand" advances once every 100 years, and it chimes every thousand years.
Gina and Raphael Bruce were at Mass on the eve of the new year, praying for the safety of the world as the clock ticked closer to midnight on December 31, 1999.
Fearing acts of violence by religious fundamentalists or political extremists, grin-bearing security personnel guarded Jerusalem's holy sites as the clock ticked into a new millennium.
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.
As the clock ticks on, increasing numbers of firms will (and should) ask their partners, suppliers and customers if they're Y2K-compliant.
To counter any possible problems, the company has introduced Norton 2000 1.0, a program described as "an effective Year 2000 solution that helps protect valuable desktop and laptop PCs." 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.
Led by coach Sebastien Migne, Stars players majestically walked out of the bus into the dressing room with majority tucking earphones as the clock ticks towards the much awaited clash.