Examples of comeback in a Sentence
The species was nearly extinct but is now making a comeback.
Short skirts were out of fashion for many years, but now they're making a comeback.
The team was trailing after the first half, but they made a comeback and won in the second half.
The team mounted a comeback in the second half of the season.
Recent Examples of comeback from the Web
The game, in many respects, reflected SDSU’s season: An OK start, a poor middle and a furious comeback at the end.
The resignation from Point72 Asset Management comes as Cohen stages a comeback as a hedge-fund manager after a two-year ban, raising $3 billion from investors, according to a memo Cohen sent to employees Friday seen by Bloomberg.
But thanks in large part to tastemakers like Joanna Gaines and Martha Stewart, this old farmhouse favorite is experiencing a comeback.
But over the last couple of years, the 990's made a major comeback on the heels of the dadcore explosion, showing up on cool kids wearing the likes of stonewash jeans, fleece zip-ups, and low-key hats.
Analysts believe prospects that Mugabe could make a political comeback are remote.
Not once in the first five starts of this comeback has Woods publicly stated that winning was his goal.
Case in point: Late last month, the Atlantic High Eagles, of Delray, traveled to Wellington and overcame an 11-point, first-quarter deficit with a comeback that fell three points short of just such an upset.
On a positive note, 2016 represented a substantial comeback for the sector from 2009, the worst year of the Great Recession.
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First Known Use of comeback
Definition of come back
- it's all coming back to me now
- … it was the first time in NHL history that a team was down by three goals inside the final five minutes and came back to win a game.
- —Mike Harrington
Examples of come back in a Sentence
she's slowly coming back after being in a coma
the American bald eagle was once nearly extinct but has come back strong
First Known Use of come back
come back Synonyms
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Definition of comeback for English Language Learners
: a return to a former good position or condition
: a return to being popular or fashionable
: a new effort to win or succeed after being close to defeat or failure
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