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Definition of "come with" [come with]

  • To join and come along. (verb)

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Use "come with" in a sentence
  • "“Uncovering its potential may lead to the development of growth factor–like drugs that will improve the intrinsic ability of neurons to regenerate and speed the growth of damaged axons in the body—without the side effects that come with drugs that tamp down T-cell and B-cell interactions.”"
  • "Mr. Mercier was hoping that you could come with us now, Mr. Parker."
  • "That would have been a bad enough note on which to end things, but worse was to come with the dismissals of Turner and Colback."