View definitions for come to

come to

verb as in amount to

verb as in get

verb as in make

verb as in reach

verb as in return

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Example Sentences

The emphasis is on fresh faces and tensed bodies and muscles, rather than come-to-bed eyes, pouting, and bulges down below.

Given this history, why does Goldberg think that Netanyahu may have a come-to-Sharon moment and become “serious about compromise”?

Speaking soberly and with conviction, he sounded like he has had a Come-to-Jesus moment in assessing the budget.

Speaking soberly and with conviction, Obama sounded like he has had a Come-to-Jesus moment in assessing the budget.

“The come-to-Jesus vote in the House of Representatives is going to be the debt limit,” he said.

She had not seen Gwynne for several days, and half expected that he would come to-night.

It must all be collected in this room by to-night; if things come to-morrow, suspicion may be created.

I told her she might come yesterday, Miss Tottams, my lady permitting it, but I did not tell her she might come to-day.

He will come to-morrow afternoon to say good-by, and then he will go away again back to the city and his fine friends for good.

"I am glad you persuaded him to come to-night," Herman said.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to come up to, such as: admit of comparison with, approach, arrive, bear comparison with, come near, and compare with.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.