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o'clock British & World English

Used to specify the hour when telling the time

four-o'clock British & World English

A tropical American herbaceous plant with fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers that open late in the afternoon

four o'clock plant British & World English

Another term for marvel of Peru.

six o'clock swill British & World English

The rush to consume alcohol in public bars before the statutory early closing time in force in some decades of the twentieth century

five o'clock shadow British & World English

A dark appearance on a man’s chin and face caused by the slight growth of beard that has occurred since he shaved in the morning

six o'clock closing British & World English

The statutory closing of all public bars at 6 p.m., introduced during the First World War and remaining in force into the 1950s and 60s