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come along

verb as in progress, develop

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Example Sentences

You just happen to come along after they have done the dirty work.

My two elder brothers, overhearing the story, and I think sensing something exciting, wanted to come along, too.

So I certainly will consider television roles as they come along, absolutely.

The landlords are hoping for a Bank of America or Starbucks to come along able to pay the $40,000-a-month rent.

Could a movie—the equivalent of Sex, Lies, and Videotape—come along now and effect the same sort of change?

Many of them were wounded and the worst of these were put into a picket boat which had just that moment come along.

Aristide prayed that some Thaïs might come along, cast her spell upon him, and induce him to wink.

And then, the baby didnt come along until a month ago and he has to be tended some while mamma washes and cleans up around.

I have to see a man at the bank on business for Father, Virginia said, do you want to come along?

But, Betty, there isn't a chance in the world that anybody will come along here in the next twenty-four hours.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to come along, such as: do well, get on, improve, mend, perk up, and pick up.

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