All Noun
4,570 examples (0.02 sec)
  • Total turnout in the second round was nearly the same as in the first round.
  • The festival was a success, and was continued for years until turnout grew too large.
  • This turnout was slightly lower than what had been recorded in the previous elections.
  • By the time the March started, numbers were well below the expected turnout.
  • In low-turnout countries, these groups are often significantly under-represented in elections.
  • Turnout was very high despite being an off-year election.
  • The turnout for this contest was very high and many new members joined the party for this reason.
  • This is the reason for the turnout there being usually a little higher than in the rest of the country.
  • The large turnout of the protest gained press attention including all major newspapers and network television.
  • This turnout was slightly higher than the previous election, and considerably higher than the following one.
  • The show was a great experience for the band as well as for a large turnout of fans.
  • The focus placed on get out the vote efforts and mass-marketing can have important effects on turnout.
  • The district recorded the second best turnout in the province.
  • There was a good turnout at the concert and they were happy with the amount of money raised.
  • High turnout, particularly in the large black community, was expected to benefit Williams.
  • In theory, one of the factors that is most likely to increase turnout is a close race.
  • His speech brought attention to the rally and created a huge turnout in the following years.
  • The high turnout was believed to be in part due to opposition to Scottish independence.
  • For example if the turnout was a right hand the crossing signal would be on the right side below the main signal.
  • Likewise, the turnout is also attended by hundreds of media persons from around the world.
  • Next »

Words starting with turnout

Meaning of turnout

  • noun The group that gathers together for a particular occasion
    a large turnout for the meeting
  • noun A part of a road that has been widened to allow cars to pass or park
  • noun Attendance for a particular event or purpose (as to vote in an election)
    the turnout for the rally
  • noun (ballet) the outward rotation of a dancer's leg from the hip