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turned

Definition of turned:

  • part of speech: participle

    Changed; formed by a lathe.

Common misspellings:

  • ture (0.2%)
  • turnt (2.2%)
  • trnd (0.2%)
  • turend (9.4%)
  • tunr (0.2%)
  • turened (1.0%)
  • tunned (0.2%)
  • runed (0.2%)
  • truend (0.3%)
  • turnded (0.3%)
  • turnd (18.1%)
  • terned (1.7%)
  • trun (0.3%)
  • turnes (1.0%)
  • ternd (0.3%)
  • tourned (0.7%)
  • turen (0.3%)
  • tured (10.5%)
  • turnned (5.4%)
  • tuened (0.3%)
  • urned (1.3%)
  • tuend (0.2%)
  • turne (5.0%)
  • truned (22.4%)
  • trned (0.8%)
  • trurned (0.8%)
  • rrueted (0.3%)
  • whisp (0.2%)
  • tunred (13.9%)
  • tund (0.2%)
  • turrned (1.2%)
  • spinned (0.2%)
  • turing (0.2%)
  • spunned (0.3%)
  • turnesd (0.3%)

Usage examples for turned:

  • When she and I were left alone, she turned to me. "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1896 to 1901" – Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • She turned on Stingaree. "Stingaree" – E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
  • The day turned to night. "Philippine Folk-Tales" – Clara Kern Bayliss, Berton L. Maxfield, W. H. Millington, Fletcher Gardner, Laura Watson Benedict
  • Then she turned to the man. "Winston of the Prairie" – Harold Bindloss

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