Green’s Dictionary of Slang

turn out v.1

also tumble out
[SE turn-out, a getting up from one’s bed]

to get out of bed.

W. Irving in Life and Letters (1862) I 124: The next morning on turning out, I had the first glimpse of old England .
[UK]‘An Amateur’ Real Life in London I 145: He was going to turn in, that there was fire enough to last till his wife turn’d out, which would be about six o’clock.
[US]Holmes Co. Republican (OH) 15 May 1/6: ‘Turn out there lads, for I’m blowed if we ain’t shut in’.
Derbshire Times 26 Dec. 6/6: When he finally ‘turned out’ [...] his body was a mass of cruel blisters.
[US]J. Flynt Tramping with Tramps 329: We had to turn out about half-past four in the morning.
[US]A.H. Lewis Confessions of a Detective 98: Mr. Sorg shook the sleeper rudely by the shoulder. ‘Turn out!’.
[US]J. London Smoke Bellew (1926) 60: Sit down an’ have some grub. The bosses ain’t turned out yet. [Ibid.] 88: ‘Come on!’ he roared. ‘Tumble out, you sleepers!’.
[Aus]T. Wood Cobbers 87: She’s the good old sort, that’d turn out in the middle of the night to give a man a hot meal and a dry shirt.
[UK]P. Barker Union Street 2: ‘I don’t mind turning out.’ ‘Not much!’ ‘You’ve nothing to turn out to.’ ‘School.’.