The act of turning about and facing or moving in the opposite direction.(noun)
A shift or change in opinion, loyalty, or allegiance.(noun)
A dance or party to which girls invite boys.(noun)
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Use "turnabout" in a sentence
"They have also "gotten" conservative to very conservative nominees for the last several justices – turnabout is fair play."
"The difference between you and I (feel free to opt out of the "stereotype" if you wish, but turnabout is fair play, so as you stereotype me I will return the favor) ... the difference is that I support all of our rights and any privilege that does not interfere with the rights of others."
"We've seen The Last Man on Earth, seems that turnabout is fair play."