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1. turned

adjective. ['ˈtɝːnd'] moved around an axis or center.

Synonyms

  • upturned
  • wrong-side-out
  • overturned
  • upside-down
  • revolved
  • inside-out
  • reversed
  • upset
  • rotated

Antonyms

  • functional disorder
  • organic disorder
  • calm
  • organized

Etymology

  • -ed (English)
  • -od (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • turn (English)
  • turnen (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Turned

  • unconcerned
  • concerned
  • unburned
  • discerned
  • unearned
  • spurned
  • adjourned
  • yearned
  • learned
  • churned
  • burned
  • earned

Sentences with turned


1. Verb, past tense
It turned out to be the first of many, many financial problems that would pop up.

2. Verb, past participle
Lift the lily bulbs in the fall after all the foliage has turned brown and died back.

Quotes about turned


1. Dumbledore watched her fly away, and as her silvery glow faded he turned back to Snape, and his eyes were full of tears."After all this time?""Always,"said Snape.
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

2. There are a lot of musicians I've met on Twitter where it was like, 'Hey, I like your music' - and then I ended up meeting them and it turned into a friendship.
- Grimes

3. I had a friend where it turned out that she hated my guts, all through our friendship. I thought she was my best friend, and then, in high school, she turned on me and had sordid affairs with all of the people that I'd dated. It was less hurtful because I was in high school, so it was more like, 'What's wrong with you? Gross!'
- Mae Whitman

2. well-turned

adjective. of a pleasing shape.

Antonyms

  • unhappy

3. well-turned

adjective. (of language) aptly and pleasingly expressed.

Antonyms

  • infelicity

4. turned

adjective. ['ˈtɝːnd'] in an unpalatable state.

Synonyms

  • off
  • sour

Antonyms

  • amphitropous
  • unshapely
  • forward

Etymology

  • -ed (English)
  • -od (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • turn (English)
  • turnen (Middle English (1100-1500))
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