Pronunciation of Come
/kˈʌm/, /kˈʌm/, /k_ˈʌ_m/

Antonyms for come:

go, depart, leave, vamoose.

Synonyms for come:

Sense 1

sprint, steer, herd, pacesetter, chaperon, finishing line, time trial, pluck, dead heat, drop back, leading, island hop, bring around, gone, track record, shepherd, tag along, freestyle, leave behind, bundle, cart off, steeplechase, bum around, marathon, relay race, obstacle race, lead, bring along, track event, three-legged race, length, show in, barnstorm, run into, stand at, roam, show out, put, show around, escort, starting block, urge, parade, false start, usher, plateau, haul off, overtake, sprinter, betide, walk, swarm, finish line, personal best, throng, frogmarch, clock up, photo finish, racing, rerun, racer.

Sense 2

befall, rush, finish, string along, race, see out, explore, head start, show up, dash, speed, leg, Upspring, work up to, conduct, guide, lap, outsell, latch onto.

Sense 3

drag, runner, transpire, proceed, see, sell out, deliver, baton, relay, emanate, pick up, wax, reach, drop, show, fulfill.

Sense 4

sell, rejoin, turn up, approximate, march, move.

Sense 6

spring, retail.

Sense 7


Sense 8

originate, ahead.

Sense 9


Sense 11

go for.

Sense 12

HIT, touch.

Sense 24


add up



bob up.


Neared, impend.



arrive at





tote up, run into.

Sense 2 (noun)

haul off, conduct, lead, walk, reach, shepherd, escort, deliver.

Sense 3 (noun)

turn up, show up.

Sense 5 (noun)

push, proceed, touch, come to, fulfill, overtake.

Sense 6 (noun)

originate, emanate.

Sense 7 (noun)


Sense 9 (noun)

roam, island hop, travel, bum around, explore, get around.

Sense 10 (noun)

move, march.

Sense 11 (noun)

outsell, betide, retail, transpire, sell, sell out, go for, come off.

Sense 15 (noun)

wax, turn.

body (noun)

seminal fluid, seed.

come (noun)

arrive, DO, come up, get along, get, follow, fall, descend, fare, derive, amount, total, make out, number, occur, add up, issue forth.

come about (noun)

take place, occur, transpire, arise, befall, happen.

come across (noun)

run into.

come along (noun)

advance, develop, progress, rally.

come by (noun)

acquire, obtain, get.

come down with (noun)

catch, contract, develop, pick up, get.

come in (noun)

arrive, enter, finish, show up, receive.

come in for (noun)

experience, get, receive, suffer.

come into (noun)

receive, acquire.

come off (noun)

happen, occur, succeed, take place.

come on (noun)

advance, begin, develop, progress, proceed.

come out (noun)


come through (noun)

succeed, accomplish.

come to (noun)

total, make.

come up (noun)

arise, happen, occur, turn up, rise.

come up to (noun)

reach, approach.

come up with (noun)

produce, advance.

advance, approach (verb)

become, make it, attain, near, HIT, originate, move, arrive, get in, show, bob up, occur, turn up, show up, get, reach, happen, enter.

approach (verb)

advance, impend, loom, gain, near, converge, approach, access, close.

approached (verb)

closed, Neared, Converged, accessed, Came, Gained, advanced, Loomed, Impended, Approached.

arrive (verb)

enter, debark, land, accomplish, arrive, attain.

arrived (verb)

Debarked, Arrived, Entered, accomplished, attained, landed.

happen (verb)

transpire, fall, befall, hap, take place, develop, betide.

motion (verb)

come up.

stative (verb)


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