round-the-clock

[round-thuh-klok]
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Contemporary Examples of round-the-clock

Historical Examples of round-the-clock

  • "We're going on a complete crash-priority basis, with round-the-clock shifts," he said.

    Human Error

    Raymond F. Jones

  • For twenty-four hours the Ranger had been in the saddle, and he was expecting to turn in for a round-the-clock sleep.

    Oh, You Tex!

    William Macleod Raine

  • As the girl had said, this field boasted hundreds of super-sonic fighters, so many that servicing was a round-the-clock routine.

    Triplanetary

    Edward Elmer Smith

  • After forty-eight hours of round-the-clock work, the equipment was ready.


British Dictionary definitions for round-the-clock

round-the-clock

adjective
  1. (or as adverb round the clock) throughout the day and night
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