How can we find meaning where everything turns tail upon itself?
"I thought they'd have turned tail and run by now."
All this way, merely to turn tail and run home?
"But I thought we weren't going to turn tail and run."
If he hadn't been so determined to find his brother, he'd have turned tail and run for home a long time ago.
A few yards from the door of the church he turned tail and ran.
They loved the fact that we didn't just turn tail and give up.
Next to that he's always the first person to turn tail during a dangerous situation.
"Now 100 years later we're going to turn tail and run?"
Perhaps he was going to give himself up, or turn tail!
Then he took to his heels, before the fire came after him.
Then she took to her heels and ran like hell.
The few who could still escape took to their heels.
The next moment each of us had taken to his heels in a different direction.
She saw that two of the low men had taken to their heels.
Two of them had taken to their heels the moment they saw him.
Not until the first British troops had started up the hill did he and his family again take to their heels.
Several men at the back of the crowd took to their heels.
"But what is there to prevent you from taking to your heels?"
They took to their heels and ran up the road.