Similar Words
ccome, com, comee, comme, cone, coome, kome, ome

Come — synonyms, come antonyms, definition

1. come (Verb)

59 synonyms
add up advance amount appear approach arise arrive be convenient become befall chance climax close in come in come to pass come up copulate derive descend develop • • •
1 antonym
21 definition

come (Verb) — Move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody. ex. "He came singing down the road" ex. "Come with me to the Casbah" ex. "come down here!" ex. "come out of the closet!" ex. "come into the room"

come (Verb) — Reach a destination by movement or progress. ex. "She came home at 7 o'clock"

come (Verb) — Happen, arrive. ex. "The first success came three days later" ex. "It came as a shock" ex. "Dawn comes early in June"

come (Verb) — Reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position. ex. "The water came to a boil" ex. "We came to understand the true meaning of life" ex. "Their anger came to a boil" ex. "I came to realize the true meaning of life" ex. "The shoes came untied" ex. "come into contact with a terrorist group" ex. "your wish will come true"

come (Verb) — To be the product or result. ex. "Melons come from a vine" ex. "Understanding comes from experience"

come (Verb) — Be found or available. ex. "These shoes come in three colours; The furniture comes unassembled"

come (Verb) — Be emitted. ex. "A scream came from the woman's mouth" ex. "His breath came hard"

come (Verb) — Be a native of. ex. "She comes from Kalamazoo"

come (Verb) — Extend or reach. ex. "The water came up to my waist" ex. "The sleeves come to your knuckles"

come (Verb) — Exist or occur in a certain point in a series. ex. "Next came the student from France"

come (Verb) — Cover a certain distance. ex. "She came a long way"

come (Verb) — Come under, be classified or included. ex. "This comes under a new heading"

come (Verb) — Happen as a result. ex. "Nothing good will come of this"

come (Verb) — Add up in number or quantity. ex. "The bill came to $2,000"

come (Verb) — Develop into. ex. "nothing came of his grandiose plans"

come (Verb) — Be received. ex. "News came in of the massacre in Rwanda"

come (Verb) — Come to one's mind; suggest itself. ex. "A great idea then came to her"

come (Verb) — Be connected by a relationship of blood, for example. ex. "he comes from humble origins"

come (Verb) — Proceed or get along. ex. "He's come a long way"

come (Verb) — Experience orgasm. ex. "she could not come because she was too upset"

come (Verb) — Have a certain priority. ex. "My family comes first"

35 types of
arise be become change come about develop ensue exist experience extend fall out go go on go through grow hap happen lead locomote move • • •
39 types
accost address aggregate approach attain average average out bring down buttonhole come near come on come up to descend draw close draw in draw near drive in emanate fall flood in • • •
4 see also
come in come through come up come with

2. come (Noun)

8 synonyms
cum jism jizz seed semen seminal fluid sprog spunk
1 definition

come (Noun) — The thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract.

5 types of
bodily fluid body fluid humor humour liquid body substance
1 type
4 parts
sperm sperm cell spermatozoan spermatozoon