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Spell check of come

Correct spelling: come

Synonyms:
generate, manage, have sex, get on with, receive, go for, rise up, conform to, lead, neared, eff, summon, serve, execute, fare, make out, set about, coif, come about, stick to, landed, get hold, buzz off, bewilder, bugger off, wax, recognize, came, flummox, conduct, bonk, herald, complete, sell, deduce, cope, coiffe, add together, pursue, aim, get laid, survey, distinguish, impended, place, someday, educe, scram, cut, go along, hump, keep abreast, add, acclaim, jazz, sire, father, go on, bum around, numerate, near, ascend, go far, walk, drive, take place, move, adopt, retail, scrape, move into, incur, false start, come up, make, tally, issue, put in, draw, nonplus, shine, sum up, approach, pass off, have it off, closed, abide by, accompany, grapple, go off, make love, beget, lessen, set, have it away, cause, have intercourse, become, gain, keep an eye on, draw in, haul off, arrived, return, induce, take up, lie with, be, uprise, come out, interpose, escort, pass, amaze, suffice, suffer, get under one's skin, sleep with, mother, practise, get, start, go in, total, fall down, go into, surface, keep up, neck, count, get it on, forge, contend, converged, go to, later, fill out, make sense, keep down, lift, take, tomorrow, shepherd, start on, pose, get in, rally, get along with, puzzle, sell out, inject, dive in, baton, fetch, strike, stick, decrease, push, converge, explore, emanate, let, enumerate, sum, summate, roll in the hay, expand, take after, get around to, get through, seed, cervical, pace, get down to, be intimate, cojones, debarked, engender, run, debark, make it, chance, come to, go up, coiffure, travel along, contract, get around, land, unfold, come to pass, fall out, impend, spot, bang, originate, evolve, vex, settle, start out, come in, bob up, scrape up, enter, entered, deign, know, line up, convey, begin, trace, sleep together, get along, tot, source, commence, write out, stretch, bring forth, surveil, progress, approached, proceed, pick out, obtain, advanced, come off, happen, occur, show up, fulfill, experience, do it, postdate, pay back, baffle, capture, accrue, watch, behave, practice, arrange, succeed, outsell, seminal fluid, attained, befall, spread, do, scratch, precipitate, act, accomplished, seeded player, deliver, move up, deduct, grow, have a go at it, fall, throw in, discern, touch, dumbfound, comply, follow, ahead, light, espouse, beat, hail, come down, travel, watch over, find, overtake, roam, stick with, come along, list, turn, flow, catch, extend, why, number, rise, advance, close, tot up, drop back, stem, have, spring, play along, accomplish, cervix, gravel, arrive, nigh, bring, descend, condescend, add up, diminish, germ, mystify, answer, muster, perplex, arise, march, climax, island-hop, devolve, hap, set out, betide, interject, come after, develop, issue forth, stimulate, pay off, beaver, deal, loom, get on, acquire, get by, take over, far-off, gained, reach, amount, recognise, fill in, go, exercise, bits, sooner or later, come on, cook, upspring, when the time comes, consummate, transpire, bed, love, turn up, get into, change, tell apart, observe, dead heat, shape up, close in, access, dress, appear, make do, muster up, produce, sustain, infer, perform, arrest, hang, fix, dash, loomed, go down, tote up, attain, stupefy, get down, accessed, clock, derive.

Antonyms:
flee, block, hinder, check out, cramp, go away, stem, wait, regress, arrest, halt, balk, go, remain, recede, leave, detain, hold back, exit, be, continue, nip, interrupt, cease, repress, go forth, stand, linger, clock, slow, obstruct, abide, stop, retreat, stunt, let up, stay, impede, depart, suppress, vamoose, pause, check, inhibit, hamper, stall, delay, withdraw.

Examples of usage:

1) I have come back to show you up as a villain. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) How did you come- this time? - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

3) " Dick," she said, " how kind of you to come and meet me! - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

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