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Zephyr Teachout clocked the governor Tuesday in big, progressive stretches of New York, taking 35 percent of the primary vote.

But while McCartney was sipping a brandy, Lennon snuck up behind the future Sir Paul and clocked him on the back of the head.

In May, the median age for MSNBC and CNN viewers was 62, while Fox News clocked in at 69.

Hock, the source says, was the aggressor who clocked Casiraghi first.

One hundred eighty-four women clocked in this year, with 18 women running for Senate seats and 166 vying for the House.

The night shift had clocked in over an hour ago, and there should be no passing through the gate for at least six hours.

Here a chair was set down, there a chariot or a coach pulled up, and a clocked flunky bowing a lady in.

She had a pretty silk gown, with some ruffles about the bottom, short enough to show her clocked silk stockings.

Then came a clocked stocking; then, again, a diplomatic pump.

His stockings were of the finest silk, and clocked with gold from the knee to the ankle.

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On this page you'll find 297 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clocked, such as: audit, check out, go through, investigate, observe, and oversee.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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