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 storied drink is making something of a comeback in more refined establishments.
Tempers flared a bit during the second inning when Yasiel Puig, who hit the go-ahead homer in the Dodgers’ 6-4 comeback win Friday night, took exception to a pitch inside from Ureña.
That unfortunate run ended with a wild 38-28 Vol comeback win in Knoxville last September.
And that's fine; Weezer is beloved and LCD Soundsystem is making a comeback after a brief retirement.
After a six-year hiatus from the couture world, Alaïa staged its big comeback today with the help of Naomi Campbell.
Our favorite '90s trends have long been making a comeback and now, our favorite bands may be returning too.
Finding form: Chad Proctor's second-place finish behind Clemens in Friday's Mid-American feature was his best showing in a comeback season.
No amount of staples or stitches, meanwhile, could bind his shattered goal of an NFL comeback.
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First Known Use of comeback
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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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