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Synonyms for turned

moved around an axis or center

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in an unpalatable state

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If, in two minutes, mademoiselle, you have not turned the scorpion, I shall turn the grasshopper.
Then she turned to the landlord, and questioned him as to whether HE would not have fought a duel, if challenged.
Instead, he turned and retreated toward the main body of gorilla-men.
To my astonishment and horror her head went high, and as a look of utter contempt touched her finely chiseled features she turned her back full upon me.
At the "Criterion" he turned in and had a drink, and, bolder for the wine which he had swallowed at a gulp, he told himself that he would do nothing of the sort.
There was an agonized scream from the victim, and his fellows turned to see his struggling body rise as by magic slowly into the dense foliage of the trees above.
I turned and surveyed the unsavoury length of the ship.
Nor has this thy whale sunwards turned his dying head, and then gone round again, without a lesson to me.
She turned from the shadowy abyss of the dark water as if the mystery and the gloom of it had been answerable for the emotions which had taken her by surprise.
Miss Polly turned and walked down the hall toward the attic stairway door.
He had entered by the open window at the extremity of the 'off-turning' gallery; he had passed Frederic Larsan's door and mine, had turned to the right, and had entered Mademoiselle Stangerson's room.
When Dunstan Cass turned his back on the cottage, Silas Marner was not more than a hundred yards away from it, plodding along from the village with a sack thrown round his shoulders as an overcoat, and with a horn lantern in his hand.
Prince Vasili in front of the door, near the invalid chair, a wax taper in his left hand, was leaning his left arm on the carved back of a velvet chair he had turned round for the purpose, and was crossing himself with his right hand, turning his eyes upward each time he touched his forehead.
Seeing he could not escape, he turned round, and said: "I know, friend Wolf, that I must be your prey, but before I die I would ask of you one favor you will play me a tune to which I may dance.
Frank confusedly raised his hat, and turned back in the direction of his father's cottage.