come along[ kuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF come along
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COME ALONG
He's getting old, and he's come along into his second childhood.
I certainly did need you to come along right now and set me straight.
Come along, Toinette, first of all, let us take all the keys.
"Come along," said the impassive Stoliker, taking the handcuffs from his pocket.
"All over, Steve; you can come along," said Max, beckoning toward the other.
They sat on a rock by the roadside waiting for the mailman's auto to come along.
Come along, I will give you a lesson or two before we get back.'
You must come along with us, and pick it with your own hands.'
We struck for the road and fetched the first men that come along.
Suppose a patrol should come along, what a nice fix I should be in!