A device, such as a clock or sundial, used in telling time.(noun)
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Use "horologe" in a sentence
"And taking out his horologe (which hung in a small side-pocket of his embroidered surcoat), the crusader consoled himself by finding that it was but seven of the night, and that he would reach Godesberg ere the warder had sounded the second gong."
"‘The hour is close at hand, then,’ said the master, consulting a horologe as large and as round as a full-grown orange."
"Thomas Carlyle said, "It costs too much to have a revolution strike on the horologe of time to tell the world what o'clock it is"; and so it was important that destructive movements should be held in check."