Definition of Timekeeper

1. Noun. (sports) an official who keeps track of the time elapsed.

Exact synonyms: Timer
Category relationships: Athletics, Sport
Generic synonyms: Official
Derivative terms: Time



2. Noun. A clerk who keeps track of the hours worked by employees.
Generic synonyms: Clerk

3. Noun. A measuring instrument or device for keeping time.

Definition of Timekeeper

1. n. A clock, watch, or other chronometer; a timepiece.

Definition of Timekeeper

1. Noun. A device that shows the time; a timepiece. ¹

2. Noun. A person who keeps records of the hours of attendance of employees. ¹

3. Noun. A person who records the times elapsed in a sporting event. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Timekeeper

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Timekeeper

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Literary usage of Timekeeper

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1. Wharf Management, Stevedoring and Storage by Roy Samuel MacElwee, Thomas Rothwell Taylor (1921)
"The timekeeper. — Each pier has a timekeeper and an assistant timekeeper. ... On some piers the timekeeper force is a large one; on others two or three on ..."

2. Wharf Management, Stevedoring and Storage by Roy Samuel MacElwee, Thomas Rothwell Taylor (1921)
"The timekeeper.—Each pier has a timekeeper and an assistant timekeeper. ... On some piers the timekeeper force is a large one; on others two or three on ..."

3. Wharf Management, Stevedoring and Storage by Roy Samuel MacElwee, Thomas Rothwell Taylor (1921)
"The timekeeper. — Each pier has a timekeeper and an assistant timekeeper. ... On some piers the timekeeper force is a large one ; on others two or three on ..."

4. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN, Sidney Lee (1886)
"... the timekeeper, London, 179!»). He devoted, moreover, considerable attention to political economy, and made a tour through the remoter parts of England ..."

5. Factory Accounts, Their Principles and Practice: A Handbook for Accountants by Emile Garcke, John Manger Fells (1902)
"In some, and particularly in the larger, establishments, the functions of gatekeeper and timekeeper are quite distinct. The gatekeeper attends to the ..."

6. Handbook of Athletic Games for Players, Instructors, and Spectators by Jessie Hubbell Bancroft, William Dean Pulvermacher (1916)
"The Penalty timekeeper should keep for him a record of the player's name, ... It is the duty of the Penalty timekeeper to inform a player when he may return ..."

7. Construction Cost Keeping and Management: A Treatise for Engineers by Halbert Powers Gillette, Richard Turner Dana (1922)
"Of late years the timekeeper's distributions have become much more elaborate and now he ... Hints for the timekeeper.—The Iron Trade Review, Oct. 14, 1915, ..."

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