This handle is retained in the carriage clock of to-day—a clock which finds a prototype in the carriage clock of Marie Antoinette.
He brought them with the carriage clock and my bag, but, of course, they were not mine.
It is a small, light compact contrivance driven by a kind of carriage clock.
A carriage clock in leather had been placed on the mantelpiece.
to make damaging or spiteful remarks
I did not intend to cast aspersions on his character.
1749; Henry Fielding in "Tom Jones"