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Related to turn tail: stick with, run by, let off

Turn

In the equities market, a reversal; unwind.

Reversal

A change in a security's price trend.
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In a split second decision I felt forced to turn tail and run for it
If you come face-to-face with a fox it will generally pause, give you the once over, and turn tail.
Her curiosity is enough to suppress the adrenalin-fuelled urge to turn tail.
If he ever met one of the girls on the porn sites in real life with their big boobs and everything, he'd turn tail and run.
IN Iraq the US are about to turn tail and skulk away blaming the Iraqis for not wanting their help.
Says Young: "Our contrarian instincts tell us to look for bargains if more risk averse investors turn tail.
But let's say half the corporations in the Sears Tower and nearby high rises turn tail for corn-fed country.
Since most cats turn tail if confronted with a dog, Marker wondered if cheetahs would avoid farms that were guarded by barking pooches.
It is a captivating but confusing time for the swaggering, bungling 21-year-old who has already earned himself the nickname "Runaway" due to his tendency to turn tail when the going gets tough.