That is vertigo-inducing indeed, like Lenin doing an about-face on the whole capitalism thing.
Areheart thought this about-face happened because Jackson suddenly felt “terribly exposed,” in a way he had never done before.
Asked to explain the about-face, Bush blamed the shifting political sands.
In eight months, you have done an about-face and taken this country in a much more sane direction.
Yet such an about-face seems unlikely, at least according to one rank-and-file Brotherhood member.
Just as they were starting into the hotel, a shout from Carl brought them all to a halt and an about-face.
For answer, Phil caught her by the arm and turned her about-face.
This was the first time in the history of the battery that it was necessary to shoulder packs to execute an about-face.
He had sternly informed her that she must about-face and do better.
She had a strong desire to about-face and return to Harlowe House.