- v. Simple past tense and past participle of turn.
- adj. in an unpalatable state
- adj. moved around an axis or center
- turn + -ed (Wiktionary)
“Because Superman turned back time…..turned back time, for just ONE person.”
“Then suddenly it turned parallel with the edge of a steep-walled gap, which came without warning, like the ha-ha of an English park, turned with an unexpected abruptness.”
“I thought he might be angry, or scared, but his expression turned to wonder.”
“When Johnny talked about midgets, his expression turned wistful, like he wished he could go backward in time.”
“The name turned on us, so we stopped making records.”
“Coverdale, Matthew and the Bishops' all end with the slightly bathetic "henceforth", but Tyndale has the simpler "any more" albeit following the musclebound "neither shall they teach to war", a phrase turned around by everybody else into variants of "neither shall they learn to fight".”
“Her glance fell to Holt again, and her expression turned grim.”
“He glanced at his watch and his expression turned sour.”
“If the icon on the tag turned orange, that meant the limit for the year had been reached.”
“Eran had to laugh, but then his expression turned serious again.”
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