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Example sentences from the Web for comeback
It’s not often that a 19th century old technology makes a comeback.
Free throws, which had been steadily dropping in the 3-point era, made a comeback.
Colleges and universities have constantly shifted their comeback plans, but at this point about 25 percent plan to be mostly online, 21 percent primarily in person, 15 percent taking a hybrid approach … and 27 percent TBD.
Sea otters are staging a comeback along Canada’s North Pacific coast, but not everyone is happy about it.Bringing sea otters back to the Pacific coast pays off, but not for everyone|Jonathan Lambert|June 11, 2020|Science News
The Comeback was, without question, one of the year's best and funniest comedies.
We might have thought The Comeback was about a desperate actress's shameless struggle for fame.
When you think about all of that, the success of this Comeback run is all the more impressive.
It's been nine years that fans of The Comeback have been clamoring for HBO to "give her another take."
Of course, this is The Comeback, and so "success" is a relative word.
Family and community are the costars of this great American comeback.
The only American comeback to this growing prejudice is to build factories or assembling plants within the British Isles.The War After the War|Isaac Frederick Marcosson
While I turned to answer it, my mind was still hunting a comeback to this.The Million-Dollar Suitcase|Alice MacGowan
I didn't have any comeback about that, for there was certainly some truth in what he says.Believe You Me!|Nina Wilcox Putnam
I doubt whether I shall see you when you comeback, so write a jolly lot of letters.Sandra Belloni, Complete|George Meredith
British Dictionary definitions for comeback
verb come back (intr, adverb)
Idioms and Phrases with comeback
Return to or regain past success or popularity, as in It's hard to come back from two sets down and win the match, or Long hemlines are coming back this fall. [Early 1900s]
Return to one's mind, as in Her name came back to me after I saw her picture. [Late 1800s]
Retort or reply; also, retaliate. For example, No matter how many insults he flings, I can always come back with another. [Late 1800s]