Synonyms for come to
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
To reach, in the sense here considered, is to come to by motion or progress. Attain is now oftenest used of abstract relations; as, to attain success. When applied to concrete matters, it commonly signifies the overcoming of hindrance and difficulty; as, the storm-beaten ship at length attained the harbor. Come is the general word for moving to or toward the place where the speaker or writer is or supposes himself to be. To reach is to come to from a distance that is actually or relatively considerable; to stretch the journey, so to speak, across the distance, as, in its original meaning, one reaches an object by stretching out the hand. To gain is to reach or attain something eagerly sought; the wearied swimmer reaches or gains the shore. One comes in from his garden; he reaches home from a journey. To arrive is to come to a destination, to reach a point intended or proposed. The European steamer arrives in port, or reaches the harbor; the dismantled wreck drifts ashore, or comes to land. Compare ATTAIN.
hit, strike, come toverb
cause to experience suddenly
"Panic struck me"; "An interesting idea hit her"; "A thought came to me"; "The thought struck terror in our minds"; "They were struck with fear"
touch, chance upon, resuscitate, shoot, excise, dispatch, move, hit, arrive at, strickle, attain, pertain, chance on, concern, reach, take, fall upon, refer, strike, score, make, off, revive, polish off, pip, assume, mint, collide with, coin, gain, fall, walk out, impinge on, touch on, affect, run into, scratch, happen upon, stumble, slay, relate, shine, bear on, murder, rack up, tally, impress, come across, take up, have-to doe with, expunge, come upon, light upon, discover, bump off, remove
refer, pertain, relate, concern, come to, bear on, touch, touch on, have-to doe withverb
be relevant to
"There were lots of questions referring to her talk"; "My remark pertained to your earlier comments"
adjoin, touch, resuscitate, equal, associate, doctor, have-to doe with, cite, rival, hit, consult, fix, pertain, appertain, continue, concern, impact, mend, worry, link, refer, strike, meet, reach, repair, connect, bushel, stir, bring up, uphold, tinge, look up, affect, occupy, restore, name, relate, touch on, interrelate, preserve, tinct, bear on, partake, allude, bear upon, mention, colligate, contact, match, tie in, advert, push, furbish up, denote, carry on, revive, extend to, interest, disturb, link up, tint
come to, strikeverb
"The horse finally struck a pace"
touch, chance upon, resuscitate, excise, hit, attain, pertain, chance on, concern, take, fall upon, refer, strike, move, assume, collide with, coin, fall, walk out, impinge on, shine, touch on, affect, run into, scratch, happen upon, revive, relate, come across, bear on, mint, strickle, impress, take up, have-to doe with, expunge, come upon, light upon, discover
come to, revive, resuscitateverb
return to consciousness
"The patient came to quickly"; "She revived after the doctor gave her an injection"
recreate, resurrect, touch, quicken, reanimate, revivify, have-to doe with, touch on, vivify, revive, relate, refer, hit, strike, animate, pertain, repair, bear on, renovate, resuscitate, concern
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If it come to prohibiting, there is aught more likely to be prohibited than truth itself.
It won't only be what I hear at the state fair, but what I've heard in my county meetings that I hold regularly. Inflation is number one. Some people call it cost of living, saying gas prices. And the fact is, the president is not enforcing law at the border. It just irritates people. You can't come to America without our permission. And we've had 2 million people just willy-nilly cross the border.
Mr. Garrison is leading the extremist working group on a number of efforts to try to help us come to grips with learning how, what the scope and scale of the problem of extremist activity in the ranks really is and helping us divine some potential solutions, going forward.
The worry is that anti-vaxxers could come to hold even more extreme positions, that's one risk. But we should also consider that where vaccines become mandatory, there will need to be controls and that could further undermine institutional trust.
Like the rest of the community, we are stunned by the fire today that destroyed the Civic Stadium grandstand, it is too early for us to know where we go from here. We ask for a bit of grace and patience as we come to grips with this loss to our community and to our effort.
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