He had always regarded the alarm-clock as the most hateful of all the inventions of capitalists to enslave the poor.
He was fast being pounded to a pulp when the alarm-clock went off.
From his clock shelf—still lacking its alarm-clock—he took a slip of paper and a pencil stub.
Then she went and set her alarm-clock to a quarter to seven in the morning.
But with trainin', Zenas Henry now does his plowin', plantin' an' harvestin' in somethin' approachin' alarm-clock fashion.
She did not say "charrmed" like an alarm-clock breaking out.
At this profanity the rattlesnake started another paroxysm of struggling, while his rattle sounded like an alarm-clock.
One of his sounds or calls is like the buzz of a reel or the whirr of an alarm-clock.
"Well, I don't see why an alarm-clock is called an alarm-clock, because it doesn't ever alarm anybody," said Jimmieboy.
I think I should like the alarm-clock, and the chair, and perhaps a few of the tools.