Come in a sentence

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How to use come in a sentence. Come pronunciation.

Now, by my hand, lords, 'twas a glorious day; Saint Alban's battle won by famous York Shall be eterniz'd in all age to come.- Sound drums and trumpets!-and to London all; And more such days as these to us befall!
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He wakes-they with a letter come- The Princess N. will be at home On such a day.
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The night had now fully come,- and through one of two of the windows we passed I could see the dark sky patterned with stars.
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Well, it did come- except that she had to renounce the millinery to Miss Insull-but it was not the same.
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But, since thou art come-" "Hush, good Roger!" spake a voice soft and wondrous sweet to hear; and, so speaking, the shining figure raised the vizor of its helm.
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Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name, Thy kingdom come"- and so on to the end.
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An' New Year come- sich things as these; An' turkey-dinners, don't you know!
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And some day to come-" Thereat he brake off and fell to wordless yelling a long while, and thereafter spake all panting: "Now I have told thee overmuch, and O if my Lady come to hear thereof.
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I thought it was better to let him come-" "That was kind of you," broke in his grandfather, with a smile.
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Come, come- Nora.-that I have gone through nothing in this world of cares.
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And his kiss- Instead of him Mr. Tiralla had come- Mrs. Tiralla had placed a footstool in her bedroom under her picture of the Saviour carrying His flaming heart in His hand.
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We're drilling every minute, and now that we've got our uniforms it won't be long before our orders come-" "Stephen-does your mother-" "Mother knows I can't help it.
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A song immortal we have made, Come now, O lute, I pri' thee come- Inspire a song of Latium.
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He loves us all -come, come-" "Come, Hortense, my dear little girl, cry no more, you make yourself too ugly!" said the Baron, "Now, be a little reasonable.
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Nevertheless, if thou hast the courage to come-" "Yea," said Myles, eagerly, "I have the courage.
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Of course, if that's so, and you really want us to come-" "Nonsense, Dolly!" said Bessie, severely.
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I'll expect answers back soon, and when they come-" Mr. Argent paused suddenly, for a sound came from around the corner of the porch where he and Jack had been standing during their talk.
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Power unanointed may come- Dominion (unsought by the free) And the Iron Dome, Stronger for stress and strain, Fling her huge shadow athwart the main; But the Founders' dream shall flee.
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And how if foreign fleets should come- Would the South then drive her wedges home" And more hereof.
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The folding and unfolding Of a crinkled letter into squares; The imagining of the counselor Of cabin four And what a pulse would have created If her head had drowsed To my hand on the back of her seat On our way here; The general silent howling of "Come!"- Keith does not cripple to this.
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Examples of Come

Example #1
Let us pursue him ere the writs go forth.- What says Lord Warwick?
Example #2
For, as I hear, the king is fled to London, To call a present court of parliament.
Example #3
Visions, now sad, now grateful, long Do agitate his late repose.
Example #4
The maid whose note he still possessed Wherein the heart its vows expressed, Where all upon the surface lies,- That girl-but he must dreaming be- That girl whom once on a time he Could in a humble sphere despise, Can she have been a moment gone Thus haughty, careless in her tone?
Example #5
We came to the domed hall where the fountain played, and this was illumined by the same strange all- penetrating light I had previously noticed,-the lovely radiance played on the spray of the fountain, making the delicate frondage of ferns and palms and the hues of flowers look like a dream of fairyland.
Example #6
We went down many stairs and through many corridors,-some dimly lit, some scarcely illumined at all.