comeback

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  • Info A comeback refers to the return of a person of public interest after a long-term hiatus or when an entity recovers from a large deficit to achieve victory. more...
  • After the loss, she claimed that she had no further plans for a comeback.
  • In recent times, however, certain types of local business have been making a comeback.
  • Richard attempted a comeback, but would never again pitch a big league game.
  • The next season, he attempted a comeback but suffered another serious injury.
  • This version has made a strong comeback in recent years, and has become the dominant version.
  • This team also won two games at home in fourth-quarter comebacks against and Air Force.
  • It is considered to be one of the best comebacks in recent memory.
  • He considered, however, that given his length of time out of politics, making a comeback would be difficult.
  • The album was a huge success and is considered one of the greatest comebacks in music history.
  • He has been unfortunate with injuries during his career but has always made comebacks.
  • She has not confirmed whether she will attempt a comeback.
  • The comeback was very slow in the larger cities and industrial areas.
  • She attempted a few musical comebacks in the 1980s, though without success.
  • Following the success of the Comeback Special, offers came in from around the world.
  • Ridpath would try out as a player but gave up his comeback attempt before the season started.
  • He went back into training and made a comeback.
  • She plans to play the role herself in a comeback.
  • He is also known to come off with some snappy comebacks when needed.
  • Though he would make a dramatic comeback from the injury, his career was not the same afterwards.
  • The world had changed significantly though since the monarchy had made its last comeback.
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Words starting with comeback

Meaning of comeback

  • noun Return by a celebrity to some previously successful activity