Antonyms for turns down

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It is my notice to abdicate; he turns down the bottoms of my trousers.

When he turns down a man, the man doesn't go on his way rejoicing.

There are always plenty more to answer a call that he turns down.

Sometimes it leads almost to the top, and then turns down suddenly into the valley.

They took one or two turns down this, but saw not those for whom they were in search.

But the alarm has spread as he turns down Bridge Street, where the sharp air seems to numb the limbs of the runner.

A passage is cut straight in for a little way and then turns down, and there the room is made.

They came upon Adele, waiting for them at the corner of the road, where it turns down toward the villa.

(Turns down chair lengthways to sit; she sits on one side, Sue on the other—Sue is nearly let down by Kate suddenly rising).

But I have been wanting to know how you think lateral four will work out; the one that turns down past my farm.