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Definition of "come into being" []

  • To form; to start to exist. (verb)

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Use "come into being" in a sentence
  • "The Mishnah, that remarkable, convoluted, cumbersome, and life-affirming document that laid the foundation of modern Judaism, was begun in Javneh, at the rabbinical academy that had come into being following the destruction of Jerusalem in the year 70."
  • "In New York City the theaters are closed on Sunday; but moving pictures having come into being since the days of Puritan, rule, the picture-shows are free to keep open."
  • "The group, known to everybody by its initials, HICCASP, had come into being as a support group for President Franklin D."