I've got to be goin' if I git up for that four-o'clock train in the mornin'.
They were required to talk English usually until the four-o'clock bell sounded in the afternoon.
Quamoclidions have the odd habit of opening in the afternoon, hence the common name, four-o'clock.
That out-of-date annual, dear to our grandmothers, the four-o'clock should find a place in the perennial border.
The four-o'clock train, which had gone, was the last train that day.
To heighten the illusion, he had himself called regularly with the four-o'clock watch, in order not to miss the mornings.
It was four-o'clock in the evening, and a sumptuous collation had refreshed and enlivened the guests.
"We shall just catch the four-o'clock train very comfortably if we go now," Godfrey replied.
We bought them tickets to Chicago, and without violence conducted them to the four-o'clock train.
He was returning to town by the four-o'clock train; before doing so he took a turn round the place with Louie.