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
Skinny: Cavs' largest fourth-quarter comeback of season.
The Red Bulls game had an 86th-minute winner, and the Timbers game had all three Orlando goals in the last 10 minutes — including a Dwyer winner to cap off the comeback.
After the ’68 comeback special, Presley exhausted himself playing hundreds of shows in Vegas, beginning with his 1969 residency at the International.
The Vikings responded with three runs in the seventh but fell short of completing the comeback.
Each time Eastern Florida started a comeback or hit a momentum-building bucket, South Plains had answers — loud ones.
There have been furious rallies in Phoenix, exhilarating fourth-quarter comebacks in Los Angeles and a mountain of significant victories over some of the best teams in the NBA.
Bakersfield’s Logan Day scored his first goal in two pro games to start a two-goal second-period comeback.
Martin’s steal and layup when Central had a chance to go up 10 started the comeback.
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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
COMEBACK Defined for English Language Learners
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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