- v. become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions
“He had come home at3A.M.,when the American Legion closed, hell-bent on teaching us a lesson before daybreak.”
“Set in the wholesome midwestern town of “Springfield,” insurance agent Jim Anderson played by Robert Young would come home from work each evening, trade his sport jacket for a nice, comfortable sweater, and then deal with the everyday growing-up problems of his family.”
“Apparently, I had overslept, which made sense considering Id sat in the kitchen until 2 a.m. when the Langes finally had come home from their party.”
“In between stays in Roswell for tests, LaShekia would come home for a week or so.”
“Mrs. Forester called that evening, after Griffin had come home late from detention.”
“When I got the phone call about the movie option, Warrie and Dave had summer jobs with the Bergen County Mosquito Control Commission and had just come home from a long, hot day killing mosquitos.”
“Sure enough, I come home with the Anadrol and a warning to use it carefully.”
“I will admit that I did get overwhelmed by work now and then and had been known to come home without the energy to do more than watchL.A. Law reruns while drinking margaritas through a bendy straw.”
“On Sunday afternoons, he would come home to take us for a drive, and, further proof of our relative early prosperity, we had a summer cottage in Silver Beach Gardens, a small enclave on Long Island Sound at the tip of the east Bronx.”
“For your own safety and hers, Saltspoon, stay in England until summer is past, and come home in the autumn.”
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