Simple Definition of turning point
: a time when an important change happens
Full Definition of turning point
: a point at which a significant change occurs
Examples of turning point in a sentence
Winning that game was the turning point of the team's season.
That job was a major turning point in her career.
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Rhymes with turning point
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