I should add that they were very incomplete,—a quarter of a turn, or a half-turn at most.
The half-turn of the staircase cut off the view of the lobby.
Demi-volt, dem′i-volt, n. a half-turn of a horse, the forelegs being raised in the air.
I then gave the screw a half-turn more, and told him to walk and run.
For the team of four horses ought not to move on the surface of the relief, but to appear as if it came out of it in a half-turn.
(Mrs. Pratt had made a half-turn towards the hammock and the copper beech).
With a half-turn in his saddle and a glance at the line of trees on his flank, General Custer took in the situation.
Again and again he stooped, caught her hind-legs and flung her up into the half-turn.
In this manner both continue two steps, crossing one foot over the other and then execute a half-turn in the same direction.
The strait runs to the southwest and makes a half-turn to the south.