Oclock in a sentence

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David had been asked for half-past eight o'clock, and he was there on the instant; yet here was every one assembled, the Prince Pasha included.
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This was all we saw that day, for it was two o'clock, now, and according to custom the daily "Washoe Zephyr" set in; a soaring dust-drift about the size of the United States set up edgewise came with it, and the capital of Nevada Territory disappeared from view.
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But at eleven o'clock the conflagration had traveled beyond our range of vision, and then darkness stole down upon the landscape again.
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At eleven o'clock only the roof of the little log stable was out of water, and our inn was on an island in mid-ocean.
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About four o'clock sounded the visitor's ring.
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It was a plain, formal letter, giving a brief account of his doings in Ireland, and making a request that Louise would meet him, if possible, on Streatham Common, at three o'clock on Saturday afternoon.
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She banged on the piano till nearly eleven o'clock, and went off to bed with a smile of virtuous contentment.
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By five o'clock she had laid out some fifteen pounds, vastly to her satisfaction.
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From ten o'clock to eight next morning she slept soundly.
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It was ten o'clock; Louise had not yet returned, but might do so any moment.
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Louise passed the time without difficulty, and at seven o'clock made an excellent dinner.
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He was living then in a poor, miserable room, and was fast asleep when at four o'clock in the morning Nekrassov and Grigorovich knocked at his door.
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At last, on the third day, she appeared at Yassenky, at five o'clock in the afternoon, with a little parcel.
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Too late_, said the leader, to _read it to-day_. See, the clock is at its last moment; but it shall be read first thing at 12 o'clock, to-morrow, and special prayer shall be offered immediately.
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A few minutes before_ 12 _o'clock the body sank, the eyes closed, pallor came over the features, the spirit seemed gone_, and _all was still; not a breath, not a motion-death had come_.
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The mother had taken her watch, hung it on the pillow of the bed, and with streaming eyes, yet ceaseless prayer, they watched the slow finger move to 12 o'clock.
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About 10 o'clock, a courier came back in haste, for me to see a man who had been thrown from his mule and crushed under the wheels of his wagon.
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On Tuesday the mother received a letter from her daughter, dated two o'clock on Sabbath, informing her that on that day, and at that hour, she had resolved to give her heart to Christ, intending to ask admission to the church at the next communion.
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He started off at two o'clock at night, on horseback, with an old pair of saddle-bags and a horse blanket, on a saddle with one stirrup and no crupper, on one of the coldest nights of that or any other year.
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Hiring a horse noted for endurance, at nine o'clock at night-dark, threatening-he set out.
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Examples of Oclock

Example #1
As he walked up the room he suddenly realised this fact, and, for a moment, he thought he had made a mistake; but again he remembered distinctly that the letter said half-past eight, and he wondered now if this had been arranged by the Prince-for what purpose?
Example #2
The consuls and agents of all the nations save one were in brilliant uniform, and pashas, generals, and great officials were splendid in gold braid and lace, and wore flashing Orders on their breasts.
Example #3
Still, there were sights to be seen which were not wholly uninteresting to new comers; for the vast dust cloud was thickly freckled with things strange to the upper air-things living and dead, that flitted hither and thither, going and coming, appearing and disappearing among the rolling billows of dust-hats, chickens and parasols sailing in the remote heavens; blankets, tin signs, sage-brush and shingles a shade lower; door-mats and buffalo robes lower still; shovels and coal scuttles on the next grade; glass doors, cats and little children on the next; disrupted lumber yards, light buggies and wheelbarrows on the next; and down only thirty or forty feet above ground was a scurrying storm of emigrating roofs and vacant lots.
Example #4
It was something to see that much.
Example #5
Hunger asserted itself now, but there was nothing to eat.
Example #6
We never thought of supper, and never felt fatigue.