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come along

verb

Definition of COME ALONG

intransitive verb
1
:  to accompany someone who leads the way <asked me to come along on the trip>
2
:  to make progress <work is coming along well>
3
:  to make an appearance <won't just marry the first man that comes along>

Examples of COME ALONG

  1. <our backyard makeover is coming along nicely>

First Known Use of COME ALONG

1559

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May 24, 2015
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