come across[ kuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF come across
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COME ACROSS
Had he come across traces of Spurling and gone in pursuit of him?
Even when they had not heard it, they had come across its footprints.
And did you ever come across a sillier tribe of people than these same rhapsodists?
I've broken a few records in my time, but you beat anything I've come across.
And this was what Dick had come across the seas to accomplish.
Moreover, nine months or so before, I had come across him in Samarang.
One of the men with me said that the fellow was the most desperate gambler he had ever come across.
This is the season when all the fellows who have no money for Baden come across the Alps.
Then a glimmer of what she meant did come across him, and he blushed.
She must say something, and those are the first words that come across her mind.