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To turn out

To move from its place, as a bone.
To bend or point outward; as, his toes turn out.
To rise from bed.
To come abroad; to appear; as, not many turned out to the fire.
To prove in the result; to issue; to result; as, the crops turned out poorly.

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To turn a hostile army
To turn a penny
To turn about
To turn adrift
To turn again
To turn against
To turn around one's finger
To turn aside
To turn away
To turn back
To turn head
To turn in
To turn into
To turn King's evidence
To turn off
To turn on
-- To turn out --
To turn over
To turn over a new leaf
To turn round
To turn tail
To turn the back
To turn the back on one
To turn the tables
To turn tippet
To turn to
To turn to account
To turn under
To turn up
To underrun a hose
To underrun a tackle
To unsheathe the sword
To unship the oars
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