The hour-hand of his watch crept to ten, to eleven, to twelve.
They are easier to watch than the "Guardians of the Pole," and are more like an hour-hand.
I am sure that they belong to the hour-hand, and I groan under my task.
Similarly, the hour-hand of a watch is to appearance motionless.
We are like children who are astonished and delighted only by the second-hand of the clock, not by the hour-hand.
The hour-hand of a watch also makes one complete circuit in 12 hours.
A clock was hanging in the delicatessen-store window, and the hour-hand stood at nine.
The weight (A), of 500 pounds, is wound up by a crank (the key) at P. O is the hour-hand.
Mrs. Greyfield smiled and sighed, and remarked upon the fact that the hour-hand of the clock pointed to two in the morning.
Even at this day I could affirm on oath that it took five hours for that hour-hand to get round to twelve.