Come and Pass

Come

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Come verb – To take place.
Usage example: whatever may come we'll always be together

Pass is a synonym for come in happen topic. In some cases you can use "Pass" instead a verb "Come", when it comes to topics like go, move on, go on, walk out.
Nearby Words: coming, comer
Synonyms for Come

Pass

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Pass verb – To take place.
Usage example: and the destruction of the town came to pass, just as the seer had predicted

Come is a synonym for pass in happen topic. You can use "Come" instead a verb "Pass", if it concerns topics such as go, move on, go on, walk out.
Nearby Words: passage, passed, passing, passable
Synonyms for Pass

Common collocations

point come point pass point
turn come turn pass turn
series come series pass series
couple come couple pass couple
Other nouns: time, way, act, level, game, story, times.

Both words in one sentence

  • Opening Narration Every novel in The Wheel of Time opens with an introductory passage saying: The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend.
  • The Trope Namer is the introductory passage at the beginning of each The Wheel of Time book: The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend.
  • As with all good prophecies, however, when the events foretold eventually come to pass, they rarely happen in the expected or obvious context.
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