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See definition of clocking on Dictionary.com
  • as ininspect
  • as innote
  • as innotice
  • as inattack
  • as insee
  • as inslug

synonyms for clocking

  • audit
  • check out
  • go through
  • investigate
  • observe
  • oversee
  • probe
  • review
  • scan
  • scrutinize
  • search
  • supervise
  • survey
  • watch
  • canvass
  • case
  • catechize
  • clock
  • eye
  • inquire
  • interrogate
  • notice
  • question
  • scout
  • study
  • superintend
  • vet
  • view
  • eagle-eye
  • give the eagle eye
  • give the once-over
  • go over
  • kick the tires
  • look over
  • scope
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antonyms for clocking

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  • ignore
  • neglect
  • overlook
  • answer
  • reply
  • forget
  • disbelieve
  • disregard
  • ignore
  • miss
  • neglect
  • overlook
  • pass by
  • forget
  • look away
  • turn loose
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How to use clocking in a sentence

Clocking and day time allowances mean that this82 time is deducted from the time on reward.
A RATIONAL WAGES SYSTEMHENRY ATKINSON
They calibrated themselves and James with the cold-blooded attitude of racetrack touts clocking their favorite horses.
THE FOURTH RGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
The Kid sat upon the fence, nursing an old-fashioned silver stop watch, for he was "clocking" the morning workouts.
OLD MAN CURRYCHARLES E. (CHARLES EMMETT) VAN LOAN
But I wonder at that silly auld clocking hen, Seraphina Huntingdon.
THE DEW OF THEIR YOUTHS. R. CROCKETT
He saw the mechanoid with three wheels again, clocking him helpfully.
THE GENIUSCON PEDERSON
In London alone twenty-eight large bells in the principal churches were cracked by “clocking” between 1820 and 1860.
CHURCH BELLSH. B. WALTERS
Clocking-hens are much like the crab-catchers which I have described, but the legs are not altogether so long.
A VOYAGE TO NEW HOLLANDWILLIAM DAMPIER
The fox has to keep on his hands and feet, and the old hen has to keep “clocking” on her “hunkers.”
THE TRADITIONAL GAMES OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND (VOL II OF II)ALICE BERTHA GOMME
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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