What is another word for turret clock?

Pronunciation: [tˈʌɹɪt klˈɒk] (IPA)

A turret clock is a unique mechanical device that was originally installed in churches and public buildings to keep time accurately. It is also commonly known as a tower clock or a clock tower. Some people also refer to it as a steeple clock because it is mounted high up on the building's steeple. Other synonyms for turret clock include dial clock, mechanical clock, public clock, and grand clock. Despite having different names, all these clocks serve the same purpose- to keep time and provide an efficient way to measure it. As modern technology replaces traditional mechanics, turret clocks have become more of a historical artifact but still maintain their charm and effectiveness.

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  • n.

    artifact
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What are the hyponyms for Turret clock?

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