- clobbering machine,
- clock golf,
- clock in,
- clock is ticking, the,
- clock jack
Origin of cloche
Examples from the Web for cloche
But am I wrong to assume that this movie was 90 minutes of Jolie looking worried in a cloche hat?
He forgot that; kept the cloche moving; fought the wind with his will as with his body.The Trail of the Hawk|Sinclair Lewis
I followed down a narrow but well-beaten trail, and so at the end of a half-mile came to the meadow and the post of Cloche.The Forest|Stewart Edward White
By this time "Cloche" has been spelled, so that the next question is, "Was it the bell?"What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes|Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Word Origin for cloche
type of bell jar, 1882, from French cloche "bell, bell glass" (12c.), from Late Latin clocca "bell" (see clock (n.1)). As a type of women's hat, recorded from 1907, so called from its shape.