Her wrist-watch showed its tiny face from the center of a silver and jade bracelet.
She looked at the wrist-watch which, like every other little patriot, she possessed.
Presently he bent down, glanced at the illuminated dial of his wrist-watch, and swore softly.
The better way is to decide firmly to get a wrist-watch, and to get to sleep.
The wrist-watch, to-day a military necessity, was at first a French idea.
If you feel anything like that under the wrist-watch, breathe deeply, twice.
"Quarter to five," announced the young captain, after consulting his wrist-watch.
Twice it halted and he consulted his wrist-watch with a frown.
Then Nancy, glancing at her wrist-watch, remarked: It is now two oclock.
Alix glanced furtively at her wrist-watch; it was twenty minutes of ten.