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unbelligerent

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agreeable, amiable, amicable, civil, compatible, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, inoffensive.
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turn
Definition:
cause to move along an axis or into a new direction; " turn your face to the wall"; " turn the car around"; " turn your dance partner around"

Synonyms:

noun
act
piece, play, sketch, turn, twist, schtick, shows.
angle
flection, flexure, obliquity, Obliquities, VS, flexures, turnings.
aptitude, knack
affinity, aptness, bent, bump, disposition, faculty, flair, genius, gift, head, inclination, leaning, predisposition, propensity, talent.
bend
deflection, Curvation, deflections, zigzags.
bent
druthers, forte, headset, proneness, Propensities, leanings, headsets, head-set, thing for, weakness for.
bout
sessions.
chance, opportunity
accomplishment, act, action, bit, bout, deed, favor, fling, gesture, go, move, routine, say, service, shot, spell, stint, succession, time, tour, trick, try, go around, crack, period.
change
alteration, novelties, novelty, transfiguration, transmogrification, transubstantiation, turnover, vicissitude, turnovers.
changes
adjustment, alteration, correction, effect, evolution, reform, transformation, trend, shake up.
character
humor, Crasis.
curdle
clabber, curd, thicken, CURDS, turn sour.
curve
bend, catenary, chord, ellipse, half-moon, horseshoe, horseshoes, hyperbola, incurvation, incurvature, meniscus, parabola, sinuosity, yaw, Ellipses, Menisci, Meniscuses, Ogee, Parabolas, Rondure, Sinuosities, ogees, chords, halfmoon, catenaries, half-moons, hyperbolas.
edge
limb, molding, outskirt, shore, Berm, BERMS, strands.
elbow
crazy bone, Ancon, half turn.
expedition
jaunt.
facility
skillfulness, smooth sailing.
flinch
start.
gift
numen.
habit
impulsion, obsession, Assuetude, Habits, fixed attitude, hangup, impulsions, make-up, make-ups, wonts.
move
moves, stirrings.
opportunity
good fortune, hour, hours, leisure, Opportunities, Prayers, iron in the fire, one's move, one's say, one's turn, the hunt, the running.
opposite
reverse.
plication
plication.
power
dynamism.
revolution
circumvolution, gyration.
revolution, curving
about-face, angle, bend, bias, bow, branch, change, circle, circuit, circulation, circumvolution, corner, curve, cycle, departure, detour, deviation, direction, drift, flection, flexure, fork, gyration, gyre, heading, hook, pirouette, pivot, quirk, retroversion, reversal, reverse, reversion, roll, rotation, round, shift, spin, spiral, swing, tack, tendency, trend, turnabout, turning, twist, twisting, wheel, whirl, wind, winding, yaw, Right-about, changeabout.
roll
Trundling.
rotation
rotation.
scare
attack, blow, fit, fright, jolt, seizure, shock, start, surprise.
spell
spell.
sudden change
alteration, deflection, digression, distortion, divarication, double, modification, mutation, variation, warp, crotch.
time period
term.
torque
armband, necklace, armbands.
turn
act, become, bend, bit, bout, call on, change by reversal, crook, deform, go, good turn, grow, move around, number, play, plough, plow, release, reverse, rick, round, routine, spell, sprain, tour, turn of events, turning, twist, wrench, wrick.
variation
variation, Unconformity, departure from the norm, unconformities.
walk, outing
airing, constitutional, drive, excursion, jaunt, promenade, ramble, ride, saunter, stroll.
verb
adapt, fit
become, come, divert, fashion, form, get, metamorphose, modify, mold, mutate, put, refashion, remake, remodel, render, run, shape, transfigure, translate, transmute, transpose, wax, change into, grow into, pass into.
become sour or tainted
acidify, break down, crumble, curdle, decay, decompose, disintegrate, dull, ferment, go bad, molder, putrefy, rot, sour, spoil, taint, become rancid.
change
turn, variation.
change one's mind; defect
apostatize, bring round, desert, go over, influence, persuade, prejudice, rat, renege, renounce, repudiate, retract, talk into, tergiversate, prevail upon, change sides, tergiverse.
competition
turn.
contact
turn.
convolute
coil, convolute, meander, wind.
disintegrate
anatomize, break, crumble, decay, decompose, degenerate, disintegrate, dissect, dissolve, fracture, mortify, putrefy, rot, rupture, shatter, spoil.
motion
turn.
move
swerve.
possession
turn.
prove
convince.
reverse; change course
aim, alter, alternate, backslide, call off, capsize, convert, depart, detract, deviate, digress, direct, diverge, double back, go back, inverse, invert, recoil, redirect, regress, relapse, retrace, return, revert, sheer, shunt, sidetrack, subvert, swerve, swirl, switch, transform, upset, vary, veer, volte-face, whip, zigzag, face about, shy away, change position, rechannel.
revolve, curve
arc, circulate, come around, cut, eddy, ground, gyrate, incline, loop, negotiate, orbit, oscillate, pass, pass around, rotate, sway, swivel, twirl, vibrate, weave, Circumduct, go round, hang a left, hang a right, make a left, make a right, take a bend, move in a circle.
roll
cycle, roll, spin, swirl.
rotate
circulate, circumnavigate, eddy, gyrate, pirouette, revolve, rotate, twist, wheel, whirl.
sicken
derange, discompose, disgust, disorder, nauseate, revolt, unbalance, undo, unhinge, unsettle, make one sick.
social
turn.
stative
turn.
twist a body part
bruise, crick, dislocate, hurt, sprain, strain, wrench.
use; resort to
address, appeal, apply, approach, devote, employ, give, lend, look, prefer, recur, repair, tend, throw, undertake, utilize, be predisposed to, have recourse, turn one's energies to, turn one's hand to.
vary
put about.
Examples of usage:
  1. And now I want to say, don't turn away the only one who can help you." – Landolin by Berthold Auerbach
  2. Where am I to turn, in all the world?" – The Fighting Chance by Robert W. Chambers
  3. I cannot even turn away from him. – The King of the Dark Chamber by Rabindranath Tagore (trans.)
  4. I was glad to turn away my eyes from it. – Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah by Sir Richard Francis Burton

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