All Noun Adverb Verb
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  • This is generally done as described in an anti-clockwise fashion.
  • Each other player in clockwise order plays any card.
  • Today's circuit is in length and is run in a clockwise fashion.
  • Play begins with the player who rolled the highest, as described above, and passes clockwise.
  • The track is now only run in a counter clockwise direction.
  • Play then begins with the starting player, and proceeds in a clockwise direction.
  • The deal continues clockwise around the table until one team gets 50 or more points.
  • Play continues in clockwise order; each player must follow suit if they have a card of the suit led.
  • The player with the highest score starts, and turns continue counter-clockwise around the board.
  • Traveling clockwise on a circle, neither east or west comes first, but each follows the other.
  • It is the fourth station along the counter-clockwise-bound Circle Line track.
  • They are surrounded and connected with a circle of fields, over which the game pieces move in clockwise direction.
  • Play will then continue in a clockwise direction until the cards dictate otherwise.
  • Break glass by turning breaking knob clockwise slowly until glass begins to break.
  • These gardens were meant to be seen by following a path clockwise around the lake from one carefully composed scene to another.
  • The second animation is that of left-handed or anti-clockwise light using this same convention.
  • Turns are taken in the same manner in a clockwise rotation among the players.
  • Deal passes around the table, clockwise, after each hand.
  • Another unique feature is that the course can be played in either direction, clockwise or anti-clockwise.
  • From that point on, construction progressed in a generally clockwise fashion around the city.
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Meaning of clockwise

  • adjective In the same direction as the rotating hands of a clock
  • adverb In the direction that the hands of a clock move
    please move clockwise in a circle