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come (now)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome (now)come (now)old-fashioned used to comfort or gently encourage someone come
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come (now)When the company came back inside, their mood was entirely changed.The answers come from a variety of professionals who deal with human development and sexuality.But there was no light in the eyes of the girl that came home to me that night.Something out there asking to come in?A 500 rouble note would come into circulation in the near future.Watching him, Riven felt the return of bonhomie and contemplated touching Madra's hair next time she came round.Come, Sarah, don't cry.I got into Edinburgh and before I came up I took a year off and worked and travelled.The owners say they came up with the idea first.
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