Definition of Come over

1. Verb. Communicate the intended meaning or impression. "He came across very clearly"

Exact synonyms: Come Across
Generic synonyms: Communicate, Intercommunicate



Definition of Come over

1. Verb. (transitive) To affect ¹

2. Verb. (intransitive) To change ones position or location, especially to someone's place of residence. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Come Over

come on home
come on over
come online
come ons
come out
come out in
come out in the wash
come out of one's shell
come out of the woodwork
come out smelling like a rose
come out smelling of roses
come out swinging
come out with
come over (current term)
come round
come short
come stà
come the acid
come the raw prawn
come thick and fast
come through
come to
come to Jesus
come to a close
come to a head
come to an end
come to blows
come to grief

Literary usage of Come over

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1. Thucydides Translated Into English by Benjamin Jowett, Thucydides (1881)
"At length they approached Stratus, which is the largest city in Acarnania, thinking that, if they could take it, the other places would soon come over to ..."

2. The Life and Theatrical Times of Charles Kean, F.S.A. by Fanny Kemble, Kate Field, John William Cole (1882)
"come over to England next September; and if your sister will invite me, I will come and see you sometime before I re-cross the Atlantic. ..."

3. Publications by Scotland Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland) (1854)
"period come over, I shall be most happy to see you, and I need not say, I hope, that the longer you can contrive to remain, the more shall I be satisfied ..."

4. The History of Modern Europe: With an Account of the Decline and Fall of the by William Russell (1802)
"... to come over in person, or to send the electoral prince to England. Both these proposals the elector very prudently rejected. But in order to gratify, ..."

5. English Reader by Lindley Murray (1840)
"voice of reason is more to be regarded, than the bent of nnj present inclination ; since by the rule above mentioned, inclination will at length come over ..."

6. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1892)
"Marthy was in the store and see them, and she would have it you must come over and stay to our house to-night." " Why, I ain't afraid of movers, ..."

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