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come round


  1. to be restored to life or consciousness
  2. to change or modify one's mind or opinion

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It took me years to come round to him, to start considering him as an equal or anything.

Ma says 'twas no wonder the creatur' 'd run away an' hide in the woods soon's churnin' days come round.

Lady Hartledon gave him some weak tea, and sent for Mr. Brook to come round as soon as possible.

Come round here and creep into the house and go into the little sitting-room on the left side of the door.

Then, as Maple says, one thing brings up another, and the right one will come round sooner than you could suppose.

Away with every man of you to your quarters, and let me find that each horse is cleaned and littered when I come round.


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