- turnover flap,
- turntable ladder,
Origin of turnstile
Examples from the Web for turnstile
Unfortunately Lauren is watching this entire scene wedged in the turnstile by the Maclaren.
He jumps out, goes through the turnstile, and enters the next train as it pulls into the station.
They entered the bare hall and, mounting a cold and rigid staircase, found themselves confronted by a turnstile.Max|Katherine Cecil Thurston
There was no charge made to pedestrians, for whom a small gate or turnstile was provided at the side nearest the tollhouse.From John O'Groats to Land's End|Robert Naylor and John Naylor
He leads me gently by the arm to the exit, where the turnstile only turns one way, and advises me to go home at once.
Philip was not disposed to throw any light on this part of the affair; and the gentlemen parted at the turnstile.Deerbrook|Harriet Martineau
I gasped in sudden pain as the turnstile, still locked, pushed into my midriff."To Invade New York...."|Irwin Lewis