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come to pass

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome to passcome to passliteraryHAPPEN to happen after a period of time It came to pass that they had a son. come
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come to passAnd so it came to pass.But it's not really surprising that this accommodation should come to pass.It really did come to pass.Whatever the priestess at Delphi said would happen infallibly came to pass.The odds on this coming to pass are daunting.None of this may come to pass, but all efforts to prevent it so far have backfired.Such regulations may someday come to pass, but perhaps not soon enough for the butternut.It will come to pass, shortly I presume, that others will come forward to claim they wrote the book.
come to passcome to passliterary or biblicalHAPPEN to happen pass
Examples from the Corpus
come to passAnd so it came to pass.But it's not really surprising that this accommodation should come to pass.It really did come to pass.Whatever the priestess at Delphi said would happen infallibly came to pass.The odds on this coming to pass are daunting.None of this may come to pass, but all efforts to prevent it so far have backfired.Such regulations may someday come to pass, but perhaps not soon enough for the butternut.It will come to pass, shortly I presume, that others will come forward to claim they wrote the book.
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