- 1Used to specify the hour in telling time: the gates will open at eight o’clockMore example sentences
- Just as it neared the eight o'clock hour, the party was really just livening up.
- By now, it is already six o'clock, the hour you had both agreed to meet at the paper entrance.
- At around one o'clock, an hour after they got in, Zak was sitting alone on his towel.
- 1.1Used following a numeral to indicate direction or bearing with reference to an imaginary clock face, 12 o’clock being thought of as directly in front or overhead: “I think we’ve got some action at 11 o’clock,” he said, gesturing toward the eastern plainsMore example sentences
- The shot is there, but it has to hit his front rock at 11 o'clock, exactly, to hit this back rock.
- Next, the tip of your right shoe should finish on the floor at eight o'clock.
- The little gun proved pretty well regulated, shooting just to the left of my six o'clock hold.
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