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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMING ALONG

The clergyman was coming along the path with Schwitter at his heels.

Cars—hundreds of cars—from the highway—they're coming along the road.

Yes, it was a footstep light and rapid, coming along the gravel-walk.

Some one was moving there, coming along the path from the upper end of the cove.

Mr. Right'll be coming along here some time and then—good night!

We must not forget that the steamer from Esmeralda with the soldiers may be coming along.

Wang was coming along the jetty slowly, with intent, straining eyes.

The math is coming along so well with Taffy's help, keep on with it.

I've been so busy at wasps all day coming along, having got a nice book about them.

Before long she saw him coming along, holding his arms behind him.