hit, strike, come to(verb)
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 with(verb)
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, strike(verb)
"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, resuscitate(verb)
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
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.
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All the time when I fight in The UFC, I didnt have almost 100 % support in the stadium, but( in Abu Dhabi), I think Im going to feel Dustin Poiriers area, because I feel Dustin Poiriers area is Dustin Poiriers area. Dustin Poiriers area is not Dustin Poiriers area. These people dont come to watch fight because of Dustin Poiriers. These people come because of me. Thats why I feel Im going to have big, big support from my friends here in Middle East. A lot of people are going to come from USSR countries, Russia, from Dagestan, from the Arabic countries. A lot of people are going to come support me.
These moments are triggers for stress, and so our users come to us for support about how to cope.
We have to come to terms with some hard truths about race and justice in America.
Most of us have been taught about the need to appropriate by faith what is already ours through grace. We all desire to have more joy in our Christian life. The keys to experiencing joy are available to all of us. We need to understand the gospel of the grace of God as revealed to the Apostle Paul. Then as we put Paul's instructions into practice, we will come to know God experientially. This will cause us to know Him better which will cause us to want to obey more, and on and on it goes. Then as we learn and obey God and become focused on spiritual things instead of earthly things, we will become thankful for everything that God has provided for us in Christ. Knowledge, obedience, and thankfulness will then lead to abundant joy in our everyday life In the words of the old hymn Trust and obey, For there's no other way, To be happy in Jesus, But to trust and obey.
Baltimore is playing with time, they are going to come to a point where they have two choices - A. The (ransom demands) are going to skyrocket or B. The hackers will shut down the account they have been using and move out.
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