Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Ornamented with clocks or embroidered work: as, clocked stockings.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of clock.

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Examples

  • The thing that surprises me is the fact that people are even pushing for the teaching of intelligent design (which many refer to as a clocked version of creationism) in classrooms.

    The Rebel Yell

  • Trading Standards Officers uncovered Barrett's eBay practices when a complaint was made about him by a customer who claimed he had been sold a 'clocked' 16-seater minibus which was advertised on the site.

    Home | Mail Online

  • More than 600,000 cars on Britain's roads have been "clocked" so they show lower mileages, the

    BBC News - Home

  • But connectors needed to circulate ammonia coolant to and from Tranquility were not correctly positioned, or "clocked," for Tranquility to be attached to Unity's left-side port.

    CNET News.com

  • More than 600,000 cars on Britain's roads have been "clocked" the BBC has learned, with

    BBC News - Home

  • Las Vegas courtroom by saying he "clocked" former judge Elizabeth Halverson on Sept. 4 because she threatened to stab him.

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • Despite his efforts to cover himself up, a few fans 'clocked' him.

    Express & Star

  • Sinnette was dominating the early stages when he was "clocked" by the heavy-handed Mackie and suffered a second round technical knockout loss.

    TrinidadExpress Today's News

  • Las Vegas courtroom by saying he "clocked" former judge Elizabeth Halverson on Sept. 4 because she threatened to stab him.

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • Edward Lee Halverson, 49, stunned a Las Vegas courtroom by saying he "clocked" former judge Elizabeth Halverson on Sept. 4 because she threatened to stab him.

    Kentucky.com: Homepage

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