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'til the cows come homeAlternative form of until the cows come home.Rate it:

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all good things come to an endNothing lasts forever.Rate it:

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better let your glasses up. it's fixing to come up a cloud.Roll the car windows up, a thunderstorm is happening soon.Rate it:

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blow to kingdom comeTo totally destroy; to wipe outRate it:

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bygones be bygones, and fair play for time to comeLet all past wrongs be forgotten, with a resumption of cordial relations.Rate it:

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can I come inAsks for permission to enter a room.Rate it:

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chickens come home to roostA person's past wrongdoings will always return to negatively affect them.Rate it:

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Citations:until the cows come homeFor a very long period of time.Rate it:

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come a cropperTo fall headlong from a horse.Rate it:

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come a cropperTo suffer some misfortune; to fail.Rate it:

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come a long wayTo make significant progress.Rate it:

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come abouthappenRate it:

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come afterTo pursue or follow; to pursue with hostile intent.Rate it:

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come afterTo follow or succeed; to be the successor of.Rate it:

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come againUsed as a polite farewell to a visitor, inviting a return visit.Rate it:

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come aloftTo mount sexually; also, to have an erection.Rate it:

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come and goTo alternately enter and exit into something (physically or figuratively)Rate it:

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come and goTo repeatedly appear and disappear (said especially of a feeling or pain)Rate it:

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come apartUsed other than as an idiom: see come, apart.Rate it:

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come apartto break, separate.Rate it:

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come atUsed other than as an idiom: see come, at.Rate it:

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come atTo come to; to attend.Rate it:

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come atTo enter into sexual relations with.Rate it:

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come atTo get to, especially with effort or difficulty.Rate it:

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come atTo attack, to harass.Rate it:

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come atTo accept (a situation); to agree to do; to try. Rate it:

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come awayto become separated from something away.Rate it:

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come awayTo distance oneselfRate it:

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come awayTo leave a place or cease an activity in a particular mood or condition.Rate it:

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come beforeTo appear publicly in front of someone superior.Rate it:

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come beforeto be of greater importanceRate it:

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come beforeto be judged, decided or discussed by authority.Rate it:

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come beforeTo precede.Rate it:

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come betweenTo affect negatively or cause discord between and another person.Rate it:

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come down off your high horse!Appearing Haughty, Belligerent, Egotistical,Rate it:

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come down onto punishRate it:

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come down the pikeTo emerge, come up; to approach or arrive on the scene; to present (itself or oneself).Rate it:

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come down toTo reach by moving down or reducing.Rate it:

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come down to earthTo be brought back to reality; to lose one's dreams.Rate it:

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come down to usTo survive to the present day; to be extant in some form.Rate it:

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come firstTo win first place in a competition.Rate it:

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come firstTo be the most important thing to consider.Rate it:

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come forto search for something or someone, in order to catch them/it.Rate it:

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come forthTo move forward and into view, to emerge, to appear.Rate it:

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come forwardUsed other than as an idiom: see come, forward.Rate it:

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come forwardTo offer help or information (especially, about a crime).Rate it:

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come fromTo have as one's birthplace or nationality.Rate it:

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come fromTo be derived from.Rate it:

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come fromTo derive one's opinion or argument from; to take as a conceptual starting point.Rate it:

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come from a good placeTo be motivated by decency, kindness, or good intentions.Rate it:

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