Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • One local newspaper noted that the visiting president did not set foot upon a Mexican sidewalk during his twenty-hour visit.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • It won't be a hardship for the first twenty-hour hours, anyway.

    Bunches of Knuckles

  • Of course, there is the twenty-hour hour calculation system.

    Speech to the Second Gelug Conference

  • The proposed bill calls for the death penalty for cases of the newly concocted crime of "aggravated homosexuality," criminalizes advocacy on behalf of gay people, and would require third parties (including family members) to report known homosexuals within twenty-hour hours.

    Mark Canavera: The Kuchu Beehive

  • Twenty-seven more cars followed soon thereafter, and for several days the brothers worked twenty-hour shifts as they filled their warehouse, and any other building they could get their hands on, with this new currency.

    LAST CALL

  • Just like the front end of the trip, the back end can result in at least a twenty-hour day.

    Cross Rhodes

  • After a twenty-hour nonstop drive, we arrived just after dusk and Sheriff Jeffries welcomed us into his cement-block office for a briefing.

    Slayed

  • I finally made it to the ranch and snuggled into a cozy log bed for a good twenty-hour sleep.

    Full Frontal Nudity

  • With the elimination of concentrated wealth and the institution of the twenty-hour working week which is likewise a part of the plan, such situations, as that now existing, will become impossible.

    "Power" by Harl Vincent, part 6

  • B&E Landscape Company and Giberson Tree Service, both New Jersey companies, took care of the corseting, cutting, and transporting, eventually escorting the towering spruce on its twenty-hour trip to the Big Apple.

    The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.