my turn

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  • I have had my turn at it before, and know what it means. Cited from One of the 28th, by G. A. Henty [AKA: George Alfred Henty]
  • He offered to take me with him and help me on in my turn. Cited from Fruitfulness, by Emile Zola
  • The war had been going on two years before my turn came. Cited from My Life In The South, by Jacob Stroyer
  • Now it was my turn to say that he no longer loved me. Cited from The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 1, by Rupert Hughes
  • I only want to know if my turn has come at last. Cited from The Legacy of Cain, by Wilkie Collins
  • It was my turn to look out just before it grew dark. Cited from Peter the Whaler, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Several other girls and young men were called before my turn came. Cited from My Double Life, by Sarah Bernhardt
  • I thought my turn would never come to receive my few words. Cited from The Evil Shepherd, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Now's my turn to give them something from me without the features.
  • When it came to my turn, my heart was in my mouth! Cited from Fantasy of Mediterranean Travel, by S. G. Bayne
  • It was going to be my turn when he came back. Cited from Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue at Aunt Lu's City Home, by Laura Lee Hope
  • But there are more days than one in a week, and my turn will come yet! Cited from For The Admiral, by W.J. Marx
  • It went round the table until it came to my turn. Cited from African and European Addresses, by Theodore Roosevelt
  • You have had everything your own way thus far, but now it is my turn. Cited from Love Under Fire, by Randall Parrish
  • Allow me to put a question to you in my turn. Cited from Voltaire's Philosophical Dictionary, by Voltaire
  • These two will understand each other earlier or later, and then my turn will come. Cited from Quo Vadis, The Time of Nero, by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • She has been more than a match for me -- my turn next. Cited from I Say No, by Wilkie Collins
  • It is all fair that I should have my turn to-day. Cited from Marie Antoinette And Her Son, by Louise Muhlbach 3
  • Now it was my turn to be silent, for all this was beyond me. Cited from A Prince of Cornwall, by Charles W. Whistler
  • But you were my son, and it was my turn to say what you should be. Cited from Daniel Deronda, by George Eliot
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