Night is, in fact, their true time for rapine and desperate deeds.
If we deduct this lap, it will stand one hundred and twenty-one, the true time.
If the temple was cleansed but once, John indicates the true time.
She felt that evening would be the true time, after the cares of day were over.
What we do is this: We set our chronometers at Greenwich, and thus keep the Greenwich true time wherever we go.
Having the Greenwich time in the watch, we observe the sun, in order to ascertain the true time, wherever we may happen to be.
It is now twenty-five minutes past eight by the true time, as my watch has it.
To what friend to direct thee I know not, for all mine have left me in the true time of trial.
It was true time had added but little to his height or breadth of figure, for he was a well-grown youth when he went away.
On the twenty-ninth of January, when the old and true time was in observance, there could have been no doubt about the question.