Definition of 'nine o'clock'
Example sentences containing 'nine o'clock'
IN LOVE AND WAR (2001) READY? (2001)
A helicopter will be at the Devil's Door at precisely nine o'clock on the third night to pick you up.THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2001)
Definition of nine o'clock from the Collins English Dictionary
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