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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.
come to grips with to deal with directly; cope with. [2 definitions]
come to life to become lively or vigorous. [3 definitions]
come to naught to fail or be useless.
come to pass to take place; happen.
come up to arise.
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]