- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of turn up.
“When they had taken two or three turns up and down the room, the saunterers were called upon to give place to the dancers.”
“Press coverage before that spring’s media blitz was sparse: A Nexis search of dates prior to May 1, 2006, turns up a total of nine newspaper stories that cite Morgellons, seven of which involve Texas State Medical Board hearings against a doctor named George Schwartz for improperly prescribing high doses of narcotics and amphetamines.21”
“The eccentric Dermody turns up again, now a smart young ensign, having temporarily forsaken letters, and obtained a commission through the interest of Lord Moira.”
“The grove included the tamarisk-like species Casuarina equisetifolia, a good traveler across tropical oceans, as well as the coconut palm, Cocos nucifera, which turns up on virtually any balmy beach.”
“Lupin has Daisy Mutlar on the brain, so we see little of him, except that he invariably turns up at meal times.”
“Crantz says that when a Greenlander denies anything with contempt or horror he turns up his nose, and gives a slight sound through it. 9 Mr. Scott has sent me a graphic description of the face of a young Hindoo at the sight of castor-oil, which he was compelled occasionally to take.”
“Yet surely it's too much of a coincidence that after being at the House for a year, some gentleman turns up to find Benjy just days after I told the Caverlocks of his existence.”
“It first turns up in the historical record in the mid-fourteenth century in France, and nobody knows where it was before that.”
“Under the staires and balcony that descends from ye dineing roome in ye first passage are staires wch brings to a space that turns up to the Great staires and roomes.”
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