come between[ kuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF come between
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COME BETWEEN
And that day in the woods I thought something had come between us.
The Trinity had, so to speak, come between me and the Godhead.
So of course she can come between a mother and the child of her body.
It seems that she has come between Jean and me, and will always remain there.
That little vagrant to come between him and the girl he would make his wife!
She was only determined that nothing should come between her and a life of ease.
She shall not come between me and happiness with her soft and hypocritical ways!
The girl has come between me and my aims, my vows, my work—everything.
One end has a fork and the other is shaped to come between the fork.
It's Wyckliffe: he's the man who has come between us, and who alone has done all this mischief.