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Example sentences from the Web for turnoff
But one incident was such a turnoff for him that it nearly got him off booze himself.
Former contributors to the site attest that the ruling "in-crowd" is a turnoff for new users.
A few miles before the town of Lathrop Wells, Scotty spotted their turnoff.
He met the captain at the corner of the "Turnoff" one day late in August.Keziah Coffin|Joseph C. Lincoln
A turnoff to darkness has been deliberately taken, superstition has been embraced while knowledge has been destroyed.The Year When Stardust Fell|Raymond F. Jones
He told the boys how he planted himself at the Pahrump Valley turnoff because the sedan would have to turn on lights there.
Rick swung into the Seaford turnoff and slowed for the main street.Smugglers' Reef|John Blaine
British Dictionary definitions for turnoff
Idioms and Phrases with turnoff
Stop the operation, activity, or flow of; shut off, as in Turn off the lights when you leave. [Mid-1800s]
Affect with dislike, revulsion, or boredom; cause to lose interest. For example, That vulgar comedian turned us off completely, or The movie was all right for an hour or so, but then I was turned off. [Slang; mid-1900s]