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Origin of turnout
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Example sentences from the Web for turnout
And new evidence shows the cause is a turnout motivator for Democratic base voters.
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
He noted that the turnout promoting effect of a canvasser knocking on a door decays within ten days to be almost minimal.
Given such a multi-vehicle car wreck, voters have understandably tuned out and turnout is expected to be extremely low.
Bucca must have placed his turnout coat protectively around several civilians, for it was later found still wrapped around them.
Away went the spirited team on a gallop, the turnout bouncing from side to side over the rocky road.The Rover Boys Down East|Arthur M. Winfield
The turnout had landed in a particularly soft spot, and was settling deeper and deeper every minute.Dave Porter and His Rivals|Edward Stratemeyer
It was hung under a farm-wagon, and presently they saw the turnout, drawn by a pair of good-looking horses.The Mystery at Putnam Hall|Arthur M. Winfield
And then Dick swept down close to the turnout and Sam gave three blasts on the horn, to let them know he saw them.The Rover Boys in the Air|Edward Stratemeyer
Then I remembered that the woman who had sent for me was a helpless invalid, and probably had no use for any sort of turnout.The Golden Slipper|Anna Katharine Green
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]