come out[ kuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF come out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COME OUT
Say, you come out with me some night jest in your workin' clothes.
"Come out of that," he shouted, and made his way through the company as fast as he could.
What if she had come out with him to take a walk; he could not have taken her into one of them!
He had come out in the hall, and had closed the door into the parlor behind him.
Do come out, or the peasant will stick his pitchfork into you.
When you come out, we'll settle who's to cook and who to wash dishes.
He was rarely seen in the paddock, but might this day come out to view The Dutchman.
There is no harm in waiting, the truth will come out at last.
"Wait, I'll come out;" and opening a door in the rail, he passed around to the girl.
I daresay there's plenty of good stuff in you and one of these days it'll come out.