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six o'clock (sɪks əˈklɒk) 

Definitions

noun

  1. = six1

Example Sentences Including 'six o'clock'

At six o'clock that evening, the earliest time Paul could possibly be back in Ealing, she rang his landlady.
Gee, Maggie Lost Children
CAIRNS Hilton is celebrating 50 years of the pina colada and, coincidentally, the end of the six o'clock swill.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
If you missed the match racing last night, get down to the Green at six o'clock tonight and tomorrow.
Yachting Boating World (2004)
In LA you only have to sniff a barmaid's apron the wrong side of six o'clock and you're branded an alcoholic.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Of these burglaries, 60 % take place between noon and six o'clock and almost two-thirds occur outside of holiday periods.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Sunday morning sun streamed in early off the lake and woke me up about six o'clock.
Matthews, Lew A Conviction of Guilt
The party was on Wednesday night; Thursday I expected him at six o'clock.
Vanessa Jones THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE (2002)
The start at Charlton, who went on to beat Chelsea 2--1, was put back to six o'clock to allow war workers to attend.
Rollin, Jack Soccer at War
This was with Children's Hour, the popular pre-war nightly series which ran between five and six o'clock throughout the week.
Independent (1998)

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