wrist watch

noun
a watch attached to a strap or band worn about the wrist.
Also, wristwatch.


Origin:
1895–1900

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Example sentences
He is a light-fingered specimen who can pick a pocket or unbuckle a wrist watch
  with consummate ease.
My cheap wrist watch has more power than the first computers, only afforded by
  universities.
All team members should have a wrist watch or other means of telling time, such
  as a cellphone or pager with time display.
One night before going to sleep, a camper laid his gold wrist watch on a small
  box next to his sleeping bag.
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