Come of

verb (intransitive, preposition)
to be descended from
to result from: nothing came of his experiments
see: come out of


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  • Come off something

    verb phrase To stop doing or saying something immediately: Come off that crap. Keep your jaw shut/ Give me a break and come off it (1880s+)

  • Come-on

    [kuhm-on, -awn] /ˈkʌmˌɒn, -ˌɔn/ noun, Slang. 1. inducement; lure. modifier : football bowls baited with $100,000 or so of come-on money noun Anything designed to attract or seduce; an enticement: I gave her a big grin, but she knew it was a come-on (1902+)

  • Come on in

    Please enter, as in Come on in, the door’s open. This phrase is simply a friendly request to enter one’s house or some other place. The related come on in, the water’s fine originated as an encouragement (or, sometimes, a command) to a reluctant or fearful swimmer but has been extended to other activities, as […]

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