Definition of Turnhall

1. a building where gymnasts practice [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turnhall

turned over
turned over a new leaf
turned the frown upside down
turned up
turnep
turneps
turner
turner-kieser syndrome
turneries
turnerite
turners
turnery
turnest
turneth
turnhall (current term)
turnhalle
turnhallen
turnhalles
turnhalls
turnicimorphae
turnin'
turning
turning against
turning around
turning away
turning back
turning back the clock
turning circle
turning circles

Literary usage of Turnhall

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1. The History of Kings County, Nova Scotia, Heart of the Acadian Land, Giving by Arthur Wentworth Hamilton Eaton (1910)
"... whose grandfather had come from Cornwallis, (2) Mrs. Emma Jane (turnhall) King, born at Bear River, Digby county, NS By his first marriage he had one ..."

2. The Organization of Charities by Daniel Coit Gilman (1894)
"... extended a general invitation to people of all classes in Dresden to attend. As a "large hall was not available for a Sunday evening, the turnhall in ..."

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