turn over[ turn ]SEE DEFINITION OF turn over
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TURN OVER
You will turn over the management of the 'Herald' to Warren Smith.
"Well, I got to turn over a new leaf, and that's a fact," Adams said.
We turn over in bed when we hear her, and know that it is time to get up.
He got hold of the telephone book and began to turn over the pages rapidly.
She brightened at this and began to turn over our old minutes again.
He had heard Spurling turn over on his side, rouse up and cry out.
If this is a part of your dream, Jonadab, I wish you'd turn over and wake up.
If he ever got a penny of this money I should turn over in my grave.
You needn't be afraid to turn over for fear of wakin' up, either.
He drew his chair to the fire and began to turn over the earliest leaves.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TURN OVER
- bail out
- bow out
- cease work
- divorce oneself from
- drop out
- end service
- give notice
- give up the ship
- hand in resignation
- hand over
- hang it up
- separate oneself from
- sign off
- stand aside
- stand down
- step down
- throw in the towel
- turn over
- walk out
- wash hands of