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Definition of "comes" []

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of come. (verb)
  • The answer to the theme, or dux, in a fugue. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "comes" in a sentence
  • "When God's Word comes to such an one, and shows him his wretched state, when he _comes to himself_, his penitence is likely to be deep and painful, and when he is enabled to believe, his faith will probably be quite joyful, because he realizes the depth from which he was drawn."
  • "_demonstrable_, your soul had better borrow a little power {155} from the particles of which your body is made: if you merely ask me to refute it, I tell you that I neither can nor need do it; for whether attraction comes in this way or in any other, _it comes_, and that is all I have to do with it."
  • "9 This is evident from our use of the present to indicate both future time (“He comes to-morrow”) and general activity unspecified as to time (“Whenever he comes, I am glad to see him, ” where “comes” refers to past occurrences and possible future ones rather than to present activity)."