come upon[ kuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF come upon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COME UPON
In the meantime yet worse trouble had come upon the poor Frankses.
The boy's hand had come upon a latch; he lifted it, and pushed.
I only wish you had come upon me in a more prepossessing condition as to coolness.'
And this awful trouble has come upon him just because he was kind to another artist.
Perhaps we may come upon it accidentally in the course of the play.
A terrible presentiment has always warned me of any troubles about to come upon me.
And I might come upon certain books of which I am greatly in want.
He seemed to have come upon something which had attracted him.
Why had this come upon her, this cruel, numbing disgrace and sorrow?
There is no reason why evil should come upon the Casa del Mare.