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Origin of turnout
Words nearby turnout
Example sentences from the Web for turnout
The turnout is unusual in a country where political protests in the past 20 years have been concentrated in big cities.'The Whole System Needs Changing.' The Russia Protests Are About More Than Just Alexei Navalny|Madeline Roache|February 5, 2021|Time
Voter suppression often works, but it can also produce a backlash — just as we saw in 2020 when turnout was higher than it had been in decades.Republicans have a strategy to take back power. Here’s why it could fail.|Paul Waldman|January 27, 2021|Washington Post
Voter turnout hit historic highs, a record number voted early and by mail, and about 160 million Americans participated in the democratic process.
He praised the “twin powers of Georgia,” voting rights organizer Stacey Abrams and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, both Democrats, crediting them with laying the groundwork to boost turnout and protect the vote.Democrats win control of U.S. Senate as Ossoff defeats Perdue|John Wagner, Brittany Shammas, Derek Hawkins, Cleve Wootson, Hannah Knowles|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
In each, turnout decreased significantly from the general election, and in all but one, Republicans expanded their vote margin.Democrats win unified — if narrow — control of Washington on a violent day|Michael Scherer|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
In his final new rule of the November 14th episode, Maher takes American voters to task for the lowest voter turnout in 72 years.
And new evidence shows the cause is a turnout motivator for Democratic base voters.
Without Obama on the ballot, minority turnout can be expected to decline from its 2008 and 2012 peaks.
But turnout tends to be far more variable in a midterm election and modeling become far difficult.Did a Flawed Computer Model Sabotage the Democrats?|Ben Jacobs|November 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This much-vaunted turnout operation turns out not to have deserved much vaunt.Inside the Democrats’ Godawful Midterm Election Wipeout|Michael Tomasky|November 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The turnout, considering that the admission fee was fifty cents, must have been very gratifying to the Parson.Portrait and Biography of Parson Brownlow, The Tennessee Patriot|William Gannaway Brownlow
"And don't mention the pistol," called Sam, as the turnout moved on again.
Free of the drag, it shot forth like an arrow from a bow, and soon began to crawl up to Peter Slade's turnout.
Nevertheless, there was a sizable turnout of people for the afternoon performance.From Place to Place|Irvin S. Cobb
In fact I do not know of a single bachelor who has such a turnout.The Complete Bachelor|Walter Germain
British Dictionary definitions for turnout
- to prove to beher work turned out to be badly done
- to end up; resultit all turned out well
Idioms and Phrases with turnout
Shut off, as in He turned out the light. [Late 1800s]
Arrive or assemble for an event, as in A large number of voters turned out for the rally. [Mid-1700s]
Produce, as in They turn out three thousand cars a month. [Mid-1700s]
Be found to be in the end; also, end up, result, as in The rookie turned out to be a fine fielder, or The cake didn't turn out very well. [First half of 1700s] Also see turn out all right.
Equip, outfit, as in The bride was turned out beautifully. [First half of 1800s]
Get out of bed, as in Come on, children; time to turn out. [Colloquial; early 1800s]
Evict, expel, as in The landlord turned out his tenant. [Early 1500s]