Definition of Turnhalls

1. turnhall [n] - See also: turnhall



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turnhalls

turnep
turneps
turner
turner-kieser syndrome
turneries
turnerite
turners
turnery
turnest
turneth
turnhall
turnhalle
turnhallen
turnhalles
turnhalls (current term)
turnicimorphae
turnin'
turning
turning against
turning around
turning away
turning back
turning back the clock
turning circle
turning circles
turning down
turning in
turning in one's grave
turning into

Literary usage of Turnhalls

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1. Manual of Gymnastic Dancing by Seward Charle Staley, Doane McKendry Lowery (1920)
"... exercise was devised primarily for the children in the schools and turnhalls and on the playgrounds. It was practiced to a limited extent with the women ..."

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