Synonyms for Turn:convolute (verb)
accomplishment, achievement, act, act of grace, act of kindness, action, adventure, aim, ambit, animus, bear, bear off, beat, beau geste, bend, bend to, benefaction, benefit, benevolence, benignity, bent, bias, blessing, bout, business deal, busk, cast, change, chop and change, circle, circuit, color, come about, complexion, convolve, coup, course, courtesy, crinkle, crook, curve, cut, deal, deed, deflect, determine, deviate, deviation, direct, dispose, diverge, diversion, divert, do, doing, double a point, effort, enterprise, exploit, fashion, favor, feat, fetch about, fix, form, garb, geste, go, go about, go round, good deed, good offices, good turn, grace, gravitate toward, guise, gyre, have a tendency, head, heel, hinge, impression, inclination, incline, inning, innings, jar, jib, jibe, jolt, kind deed, kind offices, kindly act, kindness, labor of love, lap, lead, lean, leaning, loop, maneuver, manner, measure, mode, model, mold, move, negotiation, number, obligation, office, operation, orbit, partiality, passage, pattern, penchant, performance, pivot, place, point, pot, predilection, present, proceeding, proclivity, propensity, put about, quirk, reel, relay, revolution, rotation, round, round a corner, round a point, round trade, say, scene, series, service, set, shape, sheer, shift, skew, slant, slue, spell, stamp, stanza, start, step, stroke, stunt, style, sway, sweep, swerve, swing, tack, tend, tendency, tenor, thing, thing done, throw, time, time at bat, tone, touch, tour, tour of duty, train, transaction, trend, trick, turn a corner, turn a pot, turn around, turn of the tide, turn of work, turn one's head, turnabout, turning, turning point, twine, twirl, twist and turn, twitch, type, veer, verge, walk, warp, watch, way, whack, work shift, work toward, wrench, wrest, wring, yaw.
Rhymes for Turn:
- fern, earn, urn, learn, churn, berne, yearn, bern, erne, stern, sterne, kern, burn, verne, spurn;
- discern, upturn, concern, adjourn, sauterne, return;
Quotes for Turn:
Culture is an instrument wielded by professors to manufacture professors, who when their turn comes will manufacture professors.Simone Veil.