[ kuhm-awl-yee ]
/ ˈkʌmˌɔlˌyi /
a street ballad, especially in England.
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- come up to,
- come up with,
- come upon,
- come what may,
- come with the territory,
Also come-all-you [kuhm-awl-yoo] /ˈkʌmˌɔlˌyu/.
Origin of come-all-ye
First recorded in 1885–90; after the invitation that often forms the opening line of such ballads
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/ (kəˈmɔːljə, -jiː) /
a street ballad or folk song
Word Origin for come-all-ye
C19: from the common opening words come all ye (young maidens, loyal heroes, etc)…
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