|blushing, turning red, reddening||rubescent|
|(Ophthalmology) blindness due to defect or absence of an eye; turning upward of the eyes||anopia|
|able to be folded over, act of turning over; number of people coming in and leaving (e.g. employees and customers); gross revenues, total business done; rate of selling or producing; change, reversal; kind of pastry, amount of business, change in emplo...||turnover|
|abnormally turned in, characterized by an abnormal turning inward of a bone from the middle of the body (especially a knee or foot)||varus|
|act of bending backwards; act of vengeance, retaliation; act of turning an argument against the person who made it, retorsion||retortion|
|act of coiling, act of turning or coiling; curve, twisting of a path; path of conduction in an electrical device, curving course, something wound, spiraling, twisting and curving, turning; looping, wire coil carrying electricity||winding|
|act of moving by turning over and over; act of curling up; act of winding up; perilous action of throwing heavy items from the rear of a moving car, extremely, gradually developing, reverberating, rich, rotating, turning over and over; curling, undulating||rolling|
|act of retorting an argument, act of turning an argument against the person who made it; retaliation, reprisal, retortion||retorsion|
|act of turning a dial or pressing buttons to make a telephone connection||dialing|
|act of turning a dial or pressing buttons to make a telephone connection||dialling|
|act of turning aside or deflecting; channel which diverts water; distraction; entertainment, change of direction or path, change of purpose or use, detour, mock attack, pastime or hobby||diversion|
|act of turning aside, act of diverting; bypass, device used to divert an electrical current (Electricity); railroad switch; channel created to divert bodily fluids away from a particular part of the body (Surgery), bypass for bodily fluid, change track...||shunt|
|act of turning backward; state of being turned backward; backward displacement of a bodily organ or part (Medicine), backward tilt of body part||retroversion|
|act of turning bare land into forest||afforestation|
|act of turning completely around, change of direction; change (of opinion, loyalty, etc.); merry-go-round (British); acting towards someone in the manner they have acted towards others; radical person (Archaic), total change in outlook or behavior, tur...||turnabout|
|act of turning gray in color||graying|
|act of turning inside out; unsheathing, act of removing from a sheath (Archaic)||evagination|
|act of turning off all the lights; power failure; loss of consciousness, loss of electric light, loss of radio communication, period of extinguishing or hiding lights, withdrawal of broadcasting, withholding of information||blackout|
|act of turning or rotating, slew, pivot around an axis, position after something slues, slew; turn around, rotate, pivot; turn to the side, veer off to the side, slough, veer or skid, veering or skidding||slue|
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