A college period during which one has no class: By dead hour I didn't mean Professor Chapman's class, only that I had no class at all at 9 (1920+ College students)
Was it possible that they watched her even in the dead hour of night?
It was the dead hour of night, two or half-past two, and the boy was frightened.
Mrs. Jones at the dead hour of night determined to seek some information of her husband.
It was the dead hour of the night—who could be waking at such an unusual time?
In the dead hour of the night Hubert alone awoke, with the consciousness that someone was gazing upon him.
She had entered the presence of that terrible woman alone, at the dead hour of night!
The alarm had reached that place in the dead hour of the preceding night.
It is said that twice in the year, at the dead hour of the night, the ghost of a bride wanders sorrowfully from room to room.
"Old John Brown" took old man Doyle and two sons and two other men in the dead hour of night and put them to death.
After a jaunt through the storm and snow in the dead hour of night, he reached the old man's cabin.