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come to naught to fail or be useless.
come to pass to take place; happen.
come to (something or someone) to reach a particular state or result. [3 definitions]
come true to become a reality, after being only a dream, wish, aspiration, or the like.
come up to begin to be visible in the sky. [6 definitions]
comeuppance (informal) a reprimand or other unpleasant penalty for one's previous bad behavior.
come up with to search one's memory or use one's imagination to produce a word, name, idea, or the like. [2 definitions]
comfit a candy with a nut or fruit center.
comfort to give (someone) relief and strength in trouble or distress. [5 definitions]
comfortable having a feeling of well-being or bodily ease. [3 definitions]
comforter one who comforts. [2 definitions]
comforting serving or intending to relieve grief, worry, or other distress. [2 definitions]
comfortless combined form of comfort.
comfort station a public toilet or lavatory.
comfy (informal) comfortable.
comic of, relating to, or characterized by comedy; comical or comedic. [6 definitions]
comical causing amusement; funny. [2 definitions]
comic book a book or magazine that contains a series of cartoons telling a story or stories.
comic opera an opera or operetta, usu. humorous, with some spoken dialogue, and a happy ending.
comic strip a series of cartoons, esp. in a newspaper, that narrates a funny or adventurous story.
Cominform a European Communist organization that espoused the policies of the Soviet Union (acronym for "Communist Information Bureau").