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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of turn.

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  • adj. in an unpalatable state
  • adj. moved around an axis or center


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turn +‎ -ed


  • Because Superman turned back time…..turned back time, for just ONE person.

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  • 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.

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  • I thought he might be angry, or scared, but his expression turned to wonder.

    Kings of Colorado

  • When Johnny talked about midgets, his expression turned wistful, like he wished he could go backward in time.

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  • The name turned on us, so we stopped making records.

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  • 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".

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  • Her glance fell to Holt again, and her expression turned grim.

    Crimson Wind

  • 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.

    Yellow Dirt

  • Eran had to laugh, but then his expression turned serious again.



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