come through

[ kuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF come through

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COME THROUGH

She had come through so much that every nerve was crying in passionate protest.

Still, we have come through some storms, so let us hope for the best.

Thus, had he come through the hours, to the day when the fifty-two heads were to fall.

At the best, victory can only come through much bloodshed and danger.

And all this had to come through their defenseless interpreter—me.

If I come through, perhaps I can make a fresh start somewhere.

I've come through that, an' all the stink of it; I've come through sorrer.

He looked backward from the heights above the tangle after they had come through it.

Where was the letter found—the one that did not come through the mails?

"To hell with the plane, if you come through with yourself and those men," said the pilot.

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