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comedy a light, amusing work of theater, film, or literature. [4 definitions]
comedy of manners a comedy that satirizes the customs and manners of fashionable society.
come from to be born in or to have as your first home.
come-hither inviting or alluring, esp. in a sexually seductive manner.
come home to roost of an action or actions, to return or rebound against the doer; boomerang.
comely pleasing in appearance. [2 definitions]
comember combined form of member.
come on used to urge or order someone to do something, especially to come forward, come along, or hurry up. [7 definitions]
come-on (informal) something offered or apparently offered to entice or induce; lure. [2 definitions]
come on to (informal) to make a romantic approach.
come out to be revealed or made known. [2 definitions]
come out in the wash to be revealed in the long run. [2 definitions]
come over to come from one place to another to visit or talk with someone, used only when people are in the same town, area, or space.
comer anyone that comes. [2 definitions]
come round to regain consciousness; revive. [2 definitions]
comestible suitable for eating; edible. [2 definitions]
comet a heavenly body orbiting the sun and having a nucleus surrounded by a nebulous sheath that may form an elongated tail when the body comes close to the sun.
come through to continue to live or exist.
come to to regain consciousness.
come to blows to start to fight, esp. physically.
come to grief to have a bad end; fail.