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- Used other than as an idiom: see come, in.
- (Should we delete(+) this sense?) To enter.
- Please come in and look around.
- 1889, Thomas Huxley, in Popular Science Monthly; part of the "Agnosticism controversy", Agnosticism: A Rejoinder
- As I have shown, "infidel" merely means somebody who does not believe what you believe yourself, and therefore Dr. Wace has a perfect right to call, say, my old Egyptian donkey-driver, Nooleh, and myself, infidels, just as Nooleh and I have a right to call him an infidel. The ludicrous aspect of the thing comes in only when either of us demands that the two others should so label themselves.
- To arrive.
- That flight just came in.
- To become available.
- Blueberries will be coming in next month.
- (Of a broadcast, such as radio or television) To have a strong enough signal to be able to be received well.
- Most of the neighbors get 14 channels, but only two of them come in well here.
- (music) To join or enter; to begin playing with a group.
- They started together, but the drummer came in late.
- To function in the indicated manner.
- Four-wheel drive sure came in handy while the bridge was washed out.
enter — see enter