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TURN OUT

'TURN OUT' is a 7 letter phrase starting and ending with T
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Synonyms, crossword answers and other words for TURN OUT

3 letter
words

ARM - CAN - END - FIT - GET - MAN - RIG

4 letter
words

BE SO - BEAR - BOOT - BUMP - BUST - CAST - COME - DECK - DENY - FARE - FIRE - FORM - GEAR - GO ON - HEEL - JUNK - KICK - OUST - RISE - SACK - SUIT - TURN

5 letter
words

APPLY - ARISE - BREAK - CHUCK - DRESS - EJECT - ENSUE - EQUIP - EVERT - EVICT - EXPEL - FIT UP - FORGE - GET BY - GET ON - GET UP - GRIND - HABIT - ISSUE - LET GO - PROVE - REPEL - RIG UP - SCOUT - SPURN - STAFF - STRIP - WAIVE - YIELD

6 letter
words

ABJURE - ATTEND - BANISH - BE SUCH - BOUNCE - COME OF - COME ON - DEMOTE - DEPOSE - DISBAR - DISOWN - EFFECT - EMERGE - EXCEPT - FIT OUT - FOLLOW - GATHER - HAPPEN - IGNORE - INVENT - INVERT - LAY OFF - LET OUT - MANAGE - OUTFIT - PAN OUT - PASS BY - PASS UP - PUT OUT - REBUFF - RECANT - REFUSE - REJECT - REMOVE - RESULT - RETIRE - RIG OUT - ROTATE - TURN IN - UNFOLD - UPRISE

7 letter
words

APPOINT - BOOT OUT - CASHIER - CAST OUT - COME OUT - CONTEMN - CONVERT - COSTUME - DECLINE - DEFROCK - DEGRADE - DEPLUME - DEPRIVE - DESPISE - DETRUDE - DEVELOP - DISCARD - DISDAIN - DISMISS - DRUM OUT - EXCLUDE - EXTRUDE - FALL OUT - FASHION - FURNISH - GO ALONG - INVERSE - KICK OUT - MAKE OUT - OBTRUDE - PILE OUT - PREPARE - PRODUCE - PRONATE - RELEASE - REPLACE - REPULSE - REVERSE - REVOLVE - ROLL OUT - SHAPE UP - STACK UP - SURPLUS - SUSPEND - TOSS OUT - TURN OFF - TURN OUT - UNFROCK - UNHOUSE - UNIFORM - WORK OUT

8 letter
words

ACCOUTER - BECOME OF - CHUCK OUT - COME TRUE - CONTRIVE - DISCLAIM - DISCOUNT - DISGUISE - DISLODGE - DISPLACE - DISPLUME - FORSWEAR - FURLOUGH - GET ALONG - HEAVE OUT - JETTISON - MUNITION - RENOUNCE - SUPINATE - SUPPLANT - THROW OUT - TURN AWAY - TURN DOWN - TURN OVER - UNKENNEL

9 letter
words

CAPARISON - COME ABOUT - COME ALONG - DISCHARGE - DISEMPLOY - DISREGARD - EVENTUATE - FABRICATE - GIVE THE AX - INTROVERT - PROVE TO BE - PUSH ASIDE - READ OUT OF - REPUDIATE - SHOVE AWAY - TERMINATE - THROW AWAY - THRUST OUT - TRANSPIRE - TRANSPOSE - TURN ABOUT

10 letter
words

BRUSH ASIDE - COME TO PASS - CONTRADICT - DISAPPROVE - DISPOSSESS - EXTINGUISH - HIT THE DECK - INVAGINATE - MASQUERADE - PENSION OFF - RESUPINATE - TURN AROUND

11 letter
words

COME THROUGH - GIVE THE GATE - GIVE THE HOOK - GREET THE DAY - MANUFACTURE

12 letter
words

DEFENESTRATE - INTUSSUSCEPT - KICK UPSTAIRS - SUPERANNUATE - TURN THE SCALE

13 letter
words

MAKE REDUNDANT - TURN INSIDE OUT - TURN THE TABLES

14 letter
words

KICK DOWNSTAIRS - THROW OVERBOARD - TURN UPSIDE DOWN

16 letter
words

REFUSE TO CONSIDER - SEPARATE FORCIBLY

17 letter
words

ATTAIN FULFILLMENT

Definition of turn out

  • come, usually in answer to an invitation or summons; "How many people turned out that evening?"
  • produce quickly or regularly, usually with machinery; "This factory turns out saws"
  • turn outward; "These birds can splay out their toes"; "ballet dancers can rotate their legs out by 90 degrees"
  • outfit or equip, as with accessories; "The actors were turned out lavishly"
  • come and gather for a public event; "Hundreds of thousands turned out for the anti-war rally in New York"
  • result or end; "How will the game turn out?"
  • prove to be in the result or end; "It turns out that he was right"

Anagrams of turn out

OUTTURN - TURNOUT

Words that include part of 'turn out' in the definition



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