Thesaurus / turn against

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I can understand the attitude of the Japanese officers, but why should Englishmen turn against me?

They are all equally friendly toward you; but it is impossible for them all to shave you; you must turn against some of them.

Peeps at PeopleRobert Cortes Holliday

Even before they got home her taste had begun to turn against him.

Chronicles of DustyporeHenry Stewart Cunningham

It only remained for Bonaparte to turn against his foes the smaller geographical features on which they too implicitly relied.

They will be faithful, meek, obedient—but do not rob them of the money they have hardly earned, or they will turn against you.

The Making of a SaintWilliam Somerset Maugham

Steel to turn against the Danes, Ethelred had a right to require; and steel my father was ready to pay.

The Ward of King CanuteOttilie A. Liljencrantz

"Don't you turn against me, too," answered a feeble voice, like that of a sick man.

The southern Indians will turn against us, and these colonies will be desolated by such an accession to the enemy's strength.

I shall always remember that, my little sister, and if your brother should turn against me, I shall at least have one friend.

ZulaH. Esselstyn Lindley

I was very drunk to be sure; but still, these fellows had no right to turn against me in such a mob.

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