Come in and Leave

Come in

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Come in verb – To come or go into.
Leave is an antonym for come in in enter place topic.
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Leave

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Leave verb – Move out of or depart from.
Usage example: leave the room

Come in is an antonym for leave in depart topic.
Nearby Words: leaving, leaven, leaved, leaver
Antonyms for Leave
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  • Video Game / Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door All battles take place on a stage, with certain factors causing audience members to come in and leave, cheer on the player (which gives them star points, and Mario can even show off to the crowd to gain even more Star Points) or even throw things at the player to help or hinder them.
  • Disney / Wreck-It Ralph Funnily, the sound doesn't come in until after the guards leave the scene, and (obviously) stops when Ralph removes the straw.
  • Bathroom Stall of Overheard Insults Despite the theater only showing one movie and having one set of restrooms, and despite a stall being occupied when they come in right after they saw April/Valerie leave the single theater, it never occurs to them that they might want to be discreet.
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Leave and Come in. (2016). Retrieved 2021, September 27, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/come_in/leave
Come in & Leave. N.p., 2016. Web. 27 Sep. 2021. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/come_in/leave>.
Leave or Come in. 2016. Accessed September 27, 2021. https://thesaurus.plus/related/come_in/leave.

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