To turn head


Related to To turn head: turn on its head
to turn the face or front.
- Shak.

See also: Head

References in classic literature ?
followed by a crow, as from some infernally-hatched Chanticleer, apprising him under whose victorious fire he stands, he turns the corner into safety, and takes Durdles home: Durdles stumbling among the litter of his stony yard as if he were going to turn head foremost into one of the unfinished tombs.
Game Peripheral Software to Turn Head Movements Into Game Commands
Every bit as stylish as their creator, the vertiginous heels are guaranteed to turn heads while the bags are super-chic.
The new Citroen C1 is expected to turn heads at the Geneva show
Of course, you don't have to be a world famous actress, TV star, or musician to want to turn heads at an event.
Alison Jones picks out some bridal dresses sure to turn heads IT is rumoured that the princess (to be) bride is designing her own wedding dress with the support and the seamstressing skills of a professional to create her dream.
Redick, or Gonzaga's Adam Morrison - in the tournament, but Roy is starting to turn heads.
and ravishing in red, these little beauty lovelies are sure to turn heads.
Taffeta, the patio begonia, is due on the UK gardening scene for the first time this spring and is bound to turn heads.
For the hardcore PC gamer, this means the BIG screen provides dual graphic cinema quality gaming with blistering fast response times that are sure to turn heads.
Barre, the former USC standout trying to turn heads in the Colorado Rockies organization, doubled twice, tripled and stole a base.