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Synonyms for turned

moved around an axis or center


in an unpalatable state


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One evening in July, when the transient guests who made the New Willard House their temporary home had become scarce, and the hallways, lighted only by kerosene lamps turned low, were plunged in gloom, Elizabeth Willard had an adventure.
Nor has this thy whale sunwards turned his dying head, and then gone round again, without a lesson to me.
He had been lying on his face beating his pillow with his hands and he actually almost jumped around, he turned so quickly at the sound of the furious little voice.
repeated Norah, advancing on her sister and turning pale as suddenly as she had turned red.
He searched in every corner, he turned his bed over, and shook it, and kneaded it; he looked in his brick oven where he laid his sticks.
If, in two minutes, mademoiselle, you have not turned the scorpion, I shall turn the grasshopper.
Without more ado, therefore, I turned to meet the charge of the infuriated bull ape.
I turned and surveyed the unsavoury length of the ship.
He turned to a closet where his own orders were locked up, and took out two ribbons of the Order of the Garter.
Then she turned to the landlord, and questioned him as to whether HE would not have fought a duel, if challenged.
Though our eyes instantly turned toward the spot from which the voice seemed to emanate, there was no one in sight, and I must admit that cold shivers played along my spine and the short hairs at the base of my head stiffened and rose up, as do those upon a hound's neck when in the night his eyes see those uncanny things which are hidden from the sight of man.
With a sigh I turned the prow of my craft down stream, and with mighty strokes hastened with reckless speed through the dark and tortuous channel until once again I came to the chamber into which flowed the three branches of the river.
The look of surprise on the savage face was almost comical, and before Tarzan could unsling his bow the fellow had turned and fled down the path crying out in alarm as though to others before him.
But still the Knight kneeled upon the hard stones, so the Prior turned to him again.
As Holmes turned up the lamp the light fell upon a card on the table.