Thesaurus / come again
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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I am very much engaged; I do not know when I can come again.

Tessa Wadsworth's DisciplineJennie M. Drinkwater

But he has gone away, and what can you do if he does not come again?

Rachel RayAnthony Trollope

And for a long time Lupoyarov still babbled on in the same way, and, as he went away, he promised to come again.

On the EveIvan Turgenev

"You must come again to see me," said the minister, and looked at his wife.

The Minister's ChargeWilliam Dean Howells

We crop it and mow it year after year; and yet, if the season favors, it is sure to come again.

A Year in the FieldsJohn Burroughs

He is gone, say the angels, but he will come again just as he went.

Jack took the names of five promising men, and asked them to come again the next day.

The Fat of the LandJohn Williams Streeter

I am sure you have never told him how I have come to you, come again and again and have begged you to admit me.

MaezliJohanna Spyri

Generations have come and gone and come again, and the ore has not yet given out.

On the Mexican HighlandsWilliam Seymour Edwards

That is, I didn't know he'd went—but he must have, for he's come again now.

Miss Billy MarriedEleanor H. Porter

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.