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
Lang started out the day with a 1-up victory over Doug Clapp of Old Sandwich GC, , but Lang’s comeback efforts fell short as Frodigh made back-to-back pars on the 13th and 14th holes to extend the match before ending it with a par on No.
But according to Forbes, the founder wanted to stage a comeback.
The Burbank Junior All-Stars baseball team was in the midst of a rally and staging a comeback against Santa Anita late into the evening Monday in the semifinals of the Section 2 Tournament.
Back to baseball Despite a steady drumbeat and loud pleas from its fervent fans, Leon could never put together a comeback.
Olenjack headed back to Arlington Eagle Mountain Tavern, the comeback restaurant for chef Brian Olenjack, has closed.
So when the Russian team slumped to defeat despite an 11th-hour comeback to force the game to penalties, there were tears in the stadium but also widespread pride in the celebrations that followed.
This agreement, the Montreal Protocol, has been ratified by every United Nations country and has led, in recent years, to the ozone layer actually making a significant comeback.
The offense hasn’t been much of a threat, Thursday’s comeback notwithstanding.
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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
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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