(intr, preposition) to cause the estrangement or separation of (two people)nothing could come between the two lovers
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Mississippi’s nickname comes from the magnificent trees that grow there. What is it?
Words nearby come between
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Idioms and Phrases with come between
Divide, cause to be antagonized, as in I wouldn't want to come between husband and wife. This idiom transfers the literal meaning of the phrase, “to intervene” (as in Volume 6 should come between Volumes 5 and 7), to figurative interference.
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