Common misspellings for come

coimes, somw, comed, cime, comee, commom, beome, comune, camar, cmouet, comme, cammo, comedow, cromer, crome, comttie, somie, couwer, acame, comd, camare, comre, cummte, coice, cpme, comin, cutom, comeon, comarde, cooer, rome, gourmey, camegie, accoma, comper, ciome, cmmi, camie, cambe, cosume, coem, cvame, c0ome, vacume, commet, komt, somoe, comvey, ecome, commedy, comodey, soime, icame, cutomer, comut, cpoma, csame, cofee, bcame, commeon, collem, cmedy, camre, commo, camerma, becoem, ecame, comady, codmey, oucome, comein, hojme, comne, coms, com, comoun, mecame, ome, casme, cvome, comat, comeout, camer, wacome, comerdy, home2, comec, bocome, bacome, comesa, comeign, coke, comdo, somee, comedey, comidey, comeith, comfer, comete, comen, carmer, wsome, 104cm, xome, carma, mome, tiome, comws, compe, ceme, commi, momme, domme, colume, cemi, komen, home1, bcome, sucomb, camle, gormae, camode, ocme, zomie, comite, cusomer, camew, beocome, sceme, gome, siome, carme, bbecome, comffy, comem, comae, jourmey, cmame, vecome, cecome, comode, couer, some1, gourme, acome, commt, fomer, cme, becomw, commerc, camio, dcome, kiyomi, icome, comm, cole, coege, curtomer, cameby, como, camed, whome, coulome, comt, ckae, hjome, becomme, comew, ecomey, bacame, comby, csae, commte, cormier, acomma, goumet, couge, fome, comera, cutome, kome, commely, gomne, comw, coems, comly, cecame, vecame, conumer, accom, cosey, cume, czme, cucumer, coze, accomy, comoon, coome, comlai, comom, comum, so0me, cokme, mecome, comute, comon, comnay, comine, wecome, womer, comn, camae, 120cm, home, cirme, comi, sokme, coume, commed, ecomy, bome, comews, ccame, comdy, becmoe, coomom, wncome, colma, succome, come, someo, bicome, goomy, tookme, hokme, glome, coomes, ghome, sucome, voume, cose, camea, becoome, wlecome, conme, oercome, compaie, 165cm, becoma, pjme, phome, com's, theycome, came, comun, chome, code, hgome, cmae, comal, cooge, cormer, come4, beackme, comesw, commer, cusom, cumute, gonme, zome, csome, maycomb, comos, copme, jermome, copmay, comce, ceame, goimg, camear, somew, columm, gsme, comutte, wleocme, some, beccome, comfi, tocome, h9ome, ehme, ourcome, camce, curomer, cumfy, jome, cxame, ecomoy, shome, compear, vcame, becoume, coe, comeuro, ncome, cocme, surcome, chorme, cwmdu, coime, becoime, becomae, acoma, goomer, kagome, coxme, coxe, howcome, nwme, beocme, beecome, beacome, comea, camde, komode, camen, canme, beacame, commen, cometee, momey, compa, comdey, comig, combie, ecoomy, sercome, wome, compu, coame, conomy, camrae, comthy, coier, kmore, commn, crme, csme, comid, aome, combe, comr, baecame, colem, ccomes, coumn, caome, oome, comide, camere, coce, cotume, cmera, comie, comte, ccome, vercome, ciema, comley, nome, core, commar, comone, comeup, copamy, cozey, cove, coofe, coue, comfey, cofe, comefy, comedi, commace, comver, cofey, knome, gormee, wycombe, comwe, comeo, wlcome, gormez, cope, comadey, collume, compee, soome, comare, ccme, beccame, coama, forcome, cuotomer, gimme, comy, cmoe, scame, comerdey, coimg, becmae, comett, comse, commly, coman, ho0me, commy, camme, comis, lcome, coimc, sucume, ssome, jhome, cuatomer, commeth, comphy, comepay, caame, comitie, janome, boehme, cfae, comaro, tcame, camerca, co2e, ecoma, c0me, cxome, vcome, comc, coomode, c'mon, com179, comp179, comepair, cofirme, 8core, cosmo, coutume, cowe, cotomer, couce, ggame, grome, jarome, joomla, jlomb, nomme, poeme, sjome, cummer, cthe, vucume.

Definitions of come

  1.   have a certain priority; " My family comes first"
  2.   To move to this place, draw near, or approach; to arrive; to advance or move into view; to appear; to arrive at some state or condition; to happen, or fall out; to issue. Come, in the imperative, excites attention, or invites to motion or joint action. To come about, to change or come round; to come to pass. To come at, to reach; to attain. To come away, to leave; to sprout. To come back, to return. To come by, to pass near; to obtain or acquire. To come down, to descend; to be humbled. To come home, to affect deeply. To come in, to enter; to yield; to become fashionable; to enter as an ingredient or part of a composition; to accrue. To come in for, to arrive in time to participate in. To come into, to join with; to comply with; to acquire. Tom come near, to approach. To come off, to escape; to get free; to take place. To come on, to advance; to thrive. To come over, to pass above or across; to pass from one party, side, or army, to another; to occur to; to rise in distillation. To come out, to depart or proceed from; to become public; to be introduced into society; to appear after being clouded; to turn out. To come out of, to issue forth, as from confinement; to proceed or depart from. To come out with, to give publicity to; to disclose. To come round, to change; to recover; to circumvent. To come short, to fail. To come to, to consent or yield; to amount to; to recover, as from a swoon. To come to himself, to recover his sense. To come together, to meet or assemble. To come to pass, to happen. To come up, to ascend; to spring; to come into use; to slacken, as a rope, & c,. To come up to, to approach near; to amount to. To come up with, to overtake. To come upon, to fall on; to attack. To come, in future, as in the world to come. Come, come, repeated, expresses haste or remonstrance.
  3.   add up in number or quantity; " The bills amounted to $ 2, 000"; " The bill came to $ 2, 000"
  4.   Coming.
  5.   Came.
  6.   To draw near; to move towards; to arrive or reach; to happen or fall out; to advance and arrive at some state or condition; to sprout; to spring.
  7.   Comer.
  8.   reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress; " She arrived home at 7 o'clock"; " She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight"
  9.   reach a destination; arrive by movement or by making progress; " She arrived home at 7 o'clock"; " He got into college"; " She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight"
  10.   move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody; " He came singing down the road"; " Come with me to the Casbah"; " come down here!"; " come out of the closet!"; " come into the room"
  11.   enter or assume a condition, relation, use, or position; " He came into contact with a terrorist group"; " The shoes came untied"; " I came to see his point of view"; " her face went red with anger"; " The knot came loose"; " Your wish will come true"
  12.   To move to or toward the speaker; draw nigh; arrive; happen.
  13.   be a native of; " She hails from Kalamazoo"
  14.   come under, be classified or included; " fall into a category"; " This comes under a new heading"
  15.   To get to be, as the result of change or progress; -- with a predicate; as, to come untied.
  16.   happen as a result; " Nothing good will come of this"
  17.   To carry through; to succeed in; as, you can't come any tricks here.
  18.   exist or occur in a certain point in a series; " Next came the student from France"
  19.   come to one's mind; suggest itself; " It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary"; " A great idea then came to her"
  20.   To move toward this place ( the opp. of go): to draw near: to arrive at a certain state or condition: to issue: to happen:- pr. p. coming; pa. t. came; pa. p. come.
  21.   proceed or get along; " How is she doing in her new job?"; " How are you making out in graduate school?"; " He's come a long way"
  22.   develop into; " This idea will never amount to anything"; " nothing came of his grandiose plans"
  23.   cover a certain distance; " She came a long way"
  24.   come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example; " She was descended from an old Italian noble family"; " he comes from humble origins"
  25.   To move toward; approach; arrive.
  26.   Come.
  27.   come to pass; arrive, as in due course; " The first success came three days later"; " It came as a shock"; " Dawn comes early in June"
  28.   be found or available; " These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled"
  29.   to be the product or result; " Melons come from a vine"; " Understanding comes from experience"
  30.   be received; " News came in of the massacre in Rwanda"
  31.   experience orgasm; " she could not come because she was too upset"
  32.   To move hitherward; to draw near; to approach the speaker, or some place or person indicated; -- opposed to go.
  33.   extend or reach; " The water came up to my waist"; " The sleeves come to your knuckles"
  34.   reach a state, relation, or condition; " The water came to a boil"; " We came to understand the true meaning of life"; " Their anger came to a boil"; " I came to realize the true meaning of life"
  35.   To arrive in sight; to be manifest; to appear.
  36.   To approach or arrive, as the result of a cause, or of the act of another.
  37.   come forth; " A scream came from the woman's mouth"; " His breath came hard"
  38.   To move towards; draw near; reach; arrive; be present; to issue from a source; become; occur as a result; approach in kind or quality; happen.
  39.   To complete a movement toward a place; to arrive.
  40.   To approach or arrive, as if by a journey or from a distance.

Antonyms for come

flee, inhibit, be, cramp, get off, go, depart, hinder, slow, clear off, stunt, stem, detain, remain, bail out, repress, scarper, take off, block, go forth, suppress, stay, retreat, arrest, hamper, leave, delay, exit, halt, bug out, pause, stall, pull out, balk, impede, clock, regress, bail, obstruct, let up, hold back, vamoose, go away, recede, stop, continue, check out, stand, BUG OFF, linger, push on, check, withdraw, abide, interrupt, dig out, bugger off, walk out, cut out, go off, nip, clear out, cease, wait, Begone, push off.

Quotes of come

  1. Most people, even among those who know Shakespeare well and come into real contact with his mind, are inclined to isolate and exaggerate some one aspect of the tragic fact. – Andrew Coyle Bradley
  2. Today, especially, when there are so many stations for viewers to choose from, if they want news, they always come to CNN and that's where I wanted to be. – Connie Chung
  3. I didn't come east of the Mississippi for the first time in my life until I was 26 years of age, but I knew. I read magazines, I listened to radio, I watched television. I knew there was something out there, and I wanted a part of it. – Sam Donaldson
  4. As the scripts come in they are sent to the artists, and the artists are either very busy, or ready to start. – Garth Ennis
  5. I have decided to fight for my country, because we have build a success story in Guanajuato, with real results and more yet to come in the next two years. – Vicente Fox
  6. But inspiration? - That's when you come home from abroad and are asked: Well, have you found inspiration? - and fortunately you haven't. But the impressions sink in, of course, and may emerge later: None of us has invented the house; that was done many thousands of years ago. – Arne Jacobsen
  7. Well, sometimes if I go out to dinner with my family, people will come up to me and put their hand across my plate for me to shake, sometimes when I have a bite of food in my mouth. I find this a bit disturbing. – Abdul Qadeer Khan
  8. You will be judged in years to come by how you responded to genocide on your watch. – Nicholas D. Kristof
  9. By no means do I anticipate screening those who come on to campus... And I have no difficulty if a bishop across the country or some local pastor may say that's not Catholic teaching- that's fine. – William P. Leahy
  10. It's always nice when you do something and it's well received as opposed to the other way which God knows happens to everybody. When the good times come around, you take a deep breath, appreciate it, but not take it too seriously. – Laura Linney
  11. If I just do it, it will take less time than telling someone what I'm thinking, and have them free associate, and then come back to me and I'll hate it and I'll have to redo it. – Isaac Mizrahi
  12. When we think of the major threats to our national security, the first to come to mind are nuclear proliferation, rogue states and global terrorism. But another kind of threat lurks beyond our shores, one from nature, not humans- an avian flu pandemic. – Barack Obama
  13. My painting does not come from the easel. – Jackson Pollock
  14. I have never come across a technology that doesn't change. This is inevitable. You have to adapt your systems as technology develops. – Gijs de Vries
  15. The failure of the system to deal quickly was attributable to Nixon's lying, stonewalling and refusal to come clean. So it took 26 months for the final truth to be known. – Bob Woodward

Usage examples for come

  1. “ " Well, let it come – The Doctor A Tale Of The Rockies by Ralph Connor
  2. “ Macie come at me. ” – Alec Lloyd, Cowpuncher by Eleanor Gates
  3. “ I know you will come – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  4. You can come with me, mother. ” – The Secret of Sarek by Maurice Leblanc
  5. Yes, yes, Mr Poynter come to see us, Rich. ” – The Bag of Diamonds by George Manville Fenn
  6. “ For it must come to that! ” – Anna St. Ives by Thomas Holcroft
  7. “ I did not think you wanted me to come back. ” – Tommy and Grizel by J.M. Barrie
  8. “ " You will come said Rotha. ” – A Letter of Credit by Susan Warner
  9. How come he to know my name? ” – When Ghost Meets Ghost by William Frend De Morgan
  10. Yes, she had done what she had come to do. ” – Look Back on Happiness by Knut Hamsun
  11. Come shall we go? ” – May Brooke by Anna H. Dorsey
  12. What will come of this I do not know. ” – King Arthur's Socks and Other Village Plays by Floyd Dell
  13. So I come to you. ” – The Panchronicon by Harold Steele Mackaye
  14. “ " I wish I had not come she said. ” – The Firing Line by Robert W. Chambers
  15. He may come back after all. ” – The Mandarin's Fan by Fergus Hume
  16. You should not have come – A Woman Named Smith by Marie Conway Oemler
  17. “ For this I come – The Death of Wallenstein A Play by Frederich Schiller
  18. Why does it never come to me? ” – The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story by Various
  19. “ I will tell miladi you have come – A Little Girl in Old Quebec by Amanda Millie Douglas
  20. And I know that you will come back to me. ” – The Bells of San Juan by Jackson Gregory

Rhymes for come

Idioms for come