Her master catches her eye, intended for a Young Turk, and throws it back.
He became attracted to the "Young Turk" party, or to the reform party, in Stamboul.
Apart from the vulgar bribes which affected the Young Turk politicians there were other motives to move the populace.
The Young Turk régime, on which we see the American newspapers and magazines publishing extravagant eulogies—how will it succeed?
The coming of the Young Turk has completely changed the aspect of Turkish stamps.
Up to the very end the Young Turk leaders hoped to hold the real, if not the ostensible, control in Constantinople.
Finally they too organized, and this was the beginning of the Young Turk party.
He was not the man, we may be sure, to be funny with a Young Turk, or to crack needless jokes with a recalcitrant Khedive.
So they were defenseless when the Young Turk regiments came.
The great war gave the Young Turk leaders their long-desired opportunity to crush the Armenians.
A person, usually a young one, who threatens to overthrow an established system or order; an active rebel or reformer: He scrutinizes the new staff very carefully, and is dreadfully fearful of potential Young Turks
[1908+; originally, a member of Young Turkey, a revolutionary party of late 1800s Turkey, which finally established constitutional government in 1908]