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comeback

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomebackcome‧back /ˈkʌmbæk/ ●○○ noun [countable usually singular]  1 make/stage a comeback2 ANSWER/REPLYa quick reply that is often clever, funny, and insulting syn retort I couldn’t think of a good comeback.3 RESULTa way of getting payment or a reward for something wrong or unfair that has been done to you Check your contract carefully, or you may have no comeback if something goes wrong. come back at come1
Examples from the Corpus
comebackComfort is the reason old-fashioned ceiling fans have been making a comeback, especially during the last decade.I can never think of a comeback when I need one.Then, allegations from five female recruits during his comeback cut short his new career.Most of the zip codes with little or no comeback were concentrated in the East Bay and far North Bay.Besides, maybe Jansher was growing tired and sensed that I was on the verge of launching a dramatic and telling comeback.
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