turning pointSEE DEFINITION OF turning point
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TURNING POINT
We have come to a turning point, a moment for hard decisions.
Now for the turning point in the lives of two innocent beings.
This was the turning point of my life, and was to settle my position in my calling.
It seemed as if the turning northward were the turning point of every thing.
The present moment is a turning point in the history of the feminine world.
He took his time in going from the bench-mark to the first turning point.
In 1833 there occurred an incident which proved to be a turning point in his life.
Ernest felt now that the turning point of his life had come.
I remember it well, because it became the turning point of my destiny.
His rescue at Barker's, he frankly and gratefully said, had been the turning point in his life.