come back to


: to return to (a place)
I felt I'd never come back to the old home place.
: to return in memory to (someone)
I had forgotten a lot of what I learned about music, but it's all coming back to me now.

Examples of come back to in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Trahey is proud that so many alumni have come back to work with Tuned-In. Mary Carole McCauley, Baltimore Sun, 23 June 2023 The series is an attempt by the independent film venue to encourage movie lovers to come back to the cinema. The Indianapolis Star, 15 June 2023 So, seeing those come back to life, seeing those being adapted and given the opportunity to have a second chance is really cool. Christopher Cruz, Rolling Stone, 8 June 2023 The 2022 film came almost two decades after the original movie, which introduces us to Winifred, Mary and Sarah, three witches killed in the Salem Witch Trials who come back to life to wreak havoc on the children of Salem one Halloween night. USA TODAY, 5 June 2023 Tonight, former Vice President Mike Pence will come back to Cincinnati. Scott Wartman cincinnati Enquirer, The Enquirer, 9 May 2023 But things have come back to earth this year, at least by high-flying superhero standards. Nick Lichtenberg, Fortune, 7 May 2023 Meta’s memo also points to connection as one of the core reasons the company is compelling its staff to come back to the office, with CEO Mark Zuckerberg saying that IRL time is key to cross-team connection. Gabriela Riccardi, Quartz, 8 June 2023 The reward is in seeing the animals come back to good health and begin to enjoy life again. April Wallace, Arkansas Online, 4 June 2023 See More

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“Come back to.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 25 Feb. 2024.

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