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  • verb obsolete Third-person singular simple present indicative form of come.

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Examples

  • And touching our doings heere, you shall perceiue that wee haue solde wares of this fourth voyage for one hundred and fourtie robles, besides fiftie robles of the second and third voyage since the giuing vp of my last account, and for wares of the Countrey, you shall vnderstand that I haue bought tried and vntried for 77. robles foure hundred podes of tried tallowe, beside foure hundred podes that I haue giuen out money for, whereof God graunt good receipt when the time commeth, which is in lent.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • And touching our doings heere, you shall perceiue that wee haue solde wares of this fourth voyage for one hundred and fourtie robles, besides fiftie robles of the second and third voyage since the giuing vp of my last account, and for wares of the Countrey, you shall vnderstand that I haue bought tried and vntried for 77. robles foure hundred podes of tried tallowe, beside foure hundred podes that I haue giuen out money for, whereof God graunt good receipt when the time commeth, which is in lent.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 03

  • He addresses this noble lady as a person of extreme benevolence, and "as also aboundantly powrynge out dayly [her] ardent and bountifull charytie vppon all such as commeth for reliefe."

    Microcosmography or, a Piece of the World Discovered; in Essays and Characters

  • When he returned home to London from one of his youthful adventures, just before embarking for Boston and the New World, John Winthrop Jr. wrote to his father of feeling like the traveler who has been through so many inns, good and bad, that he “findeth noe difference when he commeth to his Journies end.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • When he returned home to London from one of his youthful adventures, just before embarking for Boston and the New World, John Winthrop Jr. wrote to his father of feeling like the traveler who has been through so many inns, good and bad, that he “findeth noe difference when he commeth to his Journies end.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • The son decided to follow, declaring his intention in a tone far more resolute than restless: “I have seene so much of this vanity of the world that I esteeme noe more of the diversities of Countries then as so many Innes, whereof the travailer, that hath lodged in the best, or in the worst, findeth noe difference when he commeth to his Journies end.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • The son decided to follow, declaring his intention in a tone far more resolute than restless: “I have seene so much of this vanity of the world that I esteeme noe more of the diversities of Countries then as so many Innes, whereof the travailer, that hath lodged in the best, or in the worst, findeth noe difference when he commeth to his Journies end.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • The son decided to follow, declaring his intention in a tone far more resolute than restless: “I have seene so much of this vanity of the world that I esteeme noe more of the diversities of Countries then as so many Innes, whereof the travailer, that hath lodged in the best, or in the worst, findeth noe difference when he commeth to his Journies end.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • When he returned home to London from one of his youthful adventures, just before embarking for Boston and the New World, John Winthrop Jr. wrote to his father of feeling like the traveler who has been through so many inns, good and bad, that he “findeth noe difference when he commeth to his Journies end.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • Then commeth the great Can himselfe, being caried vpon three elephants, and shooteth fine arrowes into the whole herd of beasts, and after him all his Barons, and after them the rest of his courtiers and family doe all in like maner discharge their arrowes also, and euery mans arrow hath a sundry marke.

    The Journal of Friar Odoric

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