To turn out

To move from its place, as a bone.
To bend or point outward; as, his toes turn out.
To rise from bed.
To come abroad; to appear; as, not many turned out to the fire.
To prove in the result; to issue; to result; as, the crops turned out poorly.

See also: Turn, Turn, Turn, Turn, Turn

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A spokeswoman for McConnell said: ``The First Minister supports any new method of voting that encourages people to turn out.''
In those wards, in part icular,it is vital for all sensible voters to turn out and keep these dang erous extremists at bay.
Voters would be more willing to turn out in elections if they could cast their votes electronically.