turn[ turn ]SEE DEFINITION OF turn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TURN
Therefore I was obliged to turn back, as our horses were done up.
The boy must be a young brute to turn upon you so violently.
Be happy, and rejoice in your weakness—but turn now to the strong for strength.
And I tell you honest, friend, I'd as soon drill you as turn around.
Shall we pause now and turn our back upon the road that lies ahead?
We can turn rivers in their courses, level mountains to the plains.
All you had to do when you got it inside a man was to turn it round a bit, and the wound gaped and tore.
Harriett put on her hat and went round to Lizzie and Sarah in turn.
I was forced to turn my face from them, and pull out my handkerchief.
Don't let them see you get nervous when they turn out of the coaches.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR TURN
- apply oneself
- attend to
- concentrate on
- dedicate oneself to
- devote oneself to
- exert oneself
- get serious
- give oneself over to
- keep close to
- keep one's mind on
- knuckle down
- launch into
- occupy oneself with
- pitch in
- plunge into
- put one's hand to the plow
- put one's nose to the grindstone
- set to
- swing into action
- take the bull by the horns