"time o’ day" Definition

  1. a dodge, the latest aspect of affairs; “that’s your TIME O’ DAY,” _i.e._, that’s well done; to put a person up to the TIME O’ DAY, or let him know “what’s o’clock,” is to instruct him in the knowledge needful for him.

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Position in the dictionary: 3675 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: tin, tin-pot, tinge, tinkler, tip, tip the double, tip-top, tip-topper, tipper, tipster
Previous words in the dictionary: time, timber-toes, timber merchant, tile, tike-, tightener, tight, tiger, tiffy, tiffin

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