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- v. To return to a place.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. go back to something earlier
- v. even the score, in sports
- v. answer back
- v. be restored
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There were only twelve minutes or so until I teed off, not enough time to walk up the hill to The Smiling Matteos place, ask him why he hadnt said anything about tokens, buy one, come back to the range, and warm up my swinging muscles.
She was impatient to meet with Sam Watson, who had begged her to come back to the United States two days early.
And Anya Antonova, the first girl to go in, has had a dose of arsenic crammed into the root of her tooth and is required to come back in three days when the nerve is dead so that the meringue-hatted dentist can perform a root canal.
Zoya the diamond wailed so loudly and jerked her head so much every time she heard the drill start that the dentist screamed at her, kicked her out of the chair, and told her to come back with her mother.
“My guess is that he'll take care of Ragle, then come back for you.”
My guess is that it will be more 50-50 until Salty's ready to come back up.
It had to be somebody who could come back from a Deputies Committee, place a call to the secretary or walk down the hall, and get in to see him immediately and get his reactions, or could speak for him in the meetings authoritatively, Gates explained.
Yes, after two unstellar quarters at the beginning of the year blame all the drama, I had come back in the spring with academic vengeance and taken Firsts in both March and June.
I stood watch outside the Hôtel Frainche-Fraille, and when I saw the little girl come back with that awful woman—
Leslie Charles wrote, Sooner or later, whatever bugs us will come back and bite us in the backside if we do not take care of it up front.