All Verb Noun
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  • Just as truth comes to one individual at a time so does love.
  • But an even greater show of support came from the common people.
  • I now know that a difficult situation is to come on you.
  • There will likely only be a few changes to the market in the coming year.
  • They hardly knew what to do with themselves until bed time came. Cited from The Boy Trapper, by Harry Castlemon
  • This project will come into force in a few months time.
  • Whether or not she ever comes back is never made clear.
  • They would all want their money when next pay-day came. Cited from The Desert Valley, by Jackson Gregory
  • Truth comes to a single individual, not all people at one and the same time.
  • Then one of his men-at-arms came up and spoke. Cited from In the Days of Chivalry, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • Rising from the dead also comes because of what a man did.
  • Most of this comes in the form of snow during the winter.
  • Both countries share strong common ground when it comes to culture.
  • The change from a political to a military solution did not come suddenly.
  • His first goal of the tournament came against Italy in the second group game.
  • Its rich history also comes from its native inhabitants and outside influence.
  • What is known about it comes from accounts written by people near to him.
  • If this rule change is passed, it comes into effect at the end of their round.
  • If you will come to-morrow or the day after we can go together. Cited from Masters of the Guild, by L. Lamprey
  • Come and visit me, and you will find me at peace.
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Meaning of come

  • verb Move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody
    He came singing down the road, Come with me to the Casbah, come down here!, come out of the closet!, come into the room
  • verb Come to pass; arrive, as in due course
    The first success came three days later, It came as a shock, Dawn comes early in June
  • verb Reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position
    The water came to a boil, We came to understand the true meaning of life, Their anger came to a boil, I came to realize the true meaning of life, The shoes came untied, come into contact with a terrorist group, his face went red, your wish will come true
  • verb To be the product or result
    Melons come from a vine, Understanding comes from experience
  • verb Be found or available; the furniture comes unassembled"
    These shoes come in three colors
  • verb Extend or reach
    The water came up to my waist, The sleeves come to your knuckles
  • verb Exist or occur in a certain point in a series
    Next came the student from France
  • verb Cover a certain distance
    She came a long way
  • verb Happen as a result
    Nothing good will come of this
  • verb Develop into
    This idea will never amount to anything, nothing came of his grandiose plans
  • verb Be received
    News came in of the massacre in Rwanda
  • verb Experience orgasm
    she could not come because she was too upset
  • verb Have a certain priority
    My family comes first