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Definition of "come around" [come around]

  • To change one's mind, especially to begin to agree or appreciate what one was reluctant to accept at first. (verb)
  • To regain consciousness after a faint etc. (verb)

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Use "come around" in a sentence
  • "Delaware would come around as well with the arrival of a third delegate, Caesar Rodney, who was then hurrying to Philadelphia."
  • "When I come around the next time, Sue Doss is at my bedside."
  • "And, for the record, I did get Harry to come around to the idea before I went through with it, and I know he would agree that my boob job was a good decisionit made me feel like a woman again and resuscitated our sex life!"