Thesaurus / came along
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As I came along I had rubbed my ears with snow, which had restored circulation.

Snow Shoes and CanoesWilliam H. G. Kingston

Everybody reads a postal, and everybody would read it as it came along, and see its importance, and help it on.

The Peterkin PapersLucretia P Hale

One of the men keeping watch at the entrance to the gangway now came along on his rounds, walking slowly and listening.

The Tremendous EventMaurice Leblanc

As they came along the Ostjaks stepped out from their hiding-places and let fly their deadly arrows.

Condemned as a NihilistGeorge Alfred Henty

I brought my firstborn here on Christmas Eve and the others as they came along.

Paris VistasHelen Davenport Gibbons

But no one came along the hall whose step sounded like hers, and at last his patience gave out.

'Laramie;'Charles King

On the 11th a great convoy, of about sixty sail--protected by five xebecs, of from twenty to thirty guns each--came along.

A small boat, pulled by a pair of strong arms, came along close to the deck of the “Merry Maid.”

Madge Morton's VictoryAmy D.V. Chalmers

I have thought it out as I came along towards home, and know how we can arrange it so that we shall be happy.

Rico and WiseliJohanna Spyri

Russ and Laddie, riding in their soap-box dog-cart, came along the public road.

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