Technically, an mechanism for measuring time and not necessarily perfectly synonymous with either clock or watch.
A person who repairs clocks, watches and other timepieces.
A premonition of ominous misgiving.
A ghosty, usually menacing, apparition.
Puzzled or perplexed; bewildered and baffled.
Traveling, usually long distance--to a place--typically located in foreign land--to express reverence or experience the unknown.
Someone or something viewed as an unerring authority endowed with the power to peer into the future.
To pass something of value onto someone else, usually a person of the next generation.
A loud, irritating, dissonant intermingling of various sounds, notes, chords or pitches.
To mark a line of division; to demarcate.
Astonished and amazed; flabbergasted; blown away.
Pale, washed-out, ghosty or wan in appearance.
The framing--usually decorative--constructed around the opening of a fireplace.
Possessing qualities deemed culturally desirable in manners in elegance.
Done with great scorn and disdain.
A feeing of anxious alarm and nervous worry.
A state of raucous anarchy; a chaotic hullaballoo.
Undertaker; a person who prepares a corpse for a funeral.
Commonplace, ordinary and dull.
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