Definition of comer
1 : one that comes or arrives welcomed all comers
2 : one making rapid progress or showing promise
Examples of comer in a Sentence
We're giving free T-shirts away to the first comers.
She's regarded as a comer in political circles.
Recent Examples of comer from the Web
Taplin suggests that authorities look to 1956, when the U.S. forced Bell Labs to license its patents to all comers.
Hawley is considered a conservative up-and-comer, having just been elected Missouri’s AG last year.
This week’s highlights feature a wide range of talent — from hip hop acts that are crushing it to Rock and Roll Hall of Famers and KC up and comers.
That seems more logical than to welcome all comers to a civilization that offers ...
Even if Walker or another one of the East guards slips up, the Heat guards also have competition from Bradley Beal, Avery Bradley and likely an up-and-comer or two (D'Angelo Russell?
The San Jose, Calif., man bested up-and-comer Carmen Cincotti, of Mays Landing, N.J., who ate 60 franks and buns on his 24th birthday.
THIRD BASE — More surprises here, with Cleveland up-and-comer Jose Ramirez getting the start over Minnesota bopper Miguel Sano.
An up-and-comer, Katie Button of Curate in Asheville, N.C., raised $8,000 to benefit the area’s Downtown Welcome Table food program.
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First Known Use of comer
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Definition of comer for English Language Learners
: a person who goes to a place to take part in an activity
: a person who arrives at a place
: someone who is making progress quickly and is likely to be successful
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