"Come to !" : 15 answers – Crossword-Clue
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___ it out (come to blows) ___ one's door (come to visit) ____ bell: come to mind '___ come to save the day!' " . . . lend me your ___ come to . . . ": Shak. "___ come to my attention ..." "___ come to that" "___, why don't you come to your senses?" "Baby, Come to Me" James "Come to ___ it..." "Come to Grief" won Dick Francis this award "Come to me, Rover!" "Come to My Window" singer Etheridge "Come to the ___" "Come to the Mardi ___" (song) "Come to the sheltered spot you can't wait to get away from!" "Come to think of it . . ." "Come to think of it ..." "Come to where the flavor is" brand "Come to your ___!" "Cotton Comes to Harlem" director Davis "Good things come to ___ who wait" "Has It Come to This?" U.K. rapper "Here I Come to Save the Day!" singer Mighty __ "I come to ___ Caesar . . . " "I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him" speaker "I come to fetch you to the ___-house": Decius Brutus "I'll come to thee by moonlight" poet "If ___ comes to ..." "It has come to my attention ..." "Push Comes to Shove" choreographer "Should that come to pass" "Wait, it'll come to me ..." "When ___ she comes to me with a thousand smiles": "Little Wing" lyric "You've come to the right person!" A comet, to the superstitious A driver may come to it A good one may come to mind Billy Joel: "___ Comes to Worst" Bright thing that comes to mind Class in which the lesson might come to a screeching halt? Collective Soul "Come together now. Yeah, let's ___" Come to ___ (agree at last) Come to ___ (fail) Come to ___ (stop) Come to ___ with Come to a ___ Come to a boil Come to a close Come to a compromise Come to a conclusion Come to a conclusion (appropriately) Come to a halt Come to a head? Come to a new land Come to a peak Come to a point Come to a point gradually Come to a screeching halt? Come to a standstill Come to a stop Come to a sudden halt Come to an agreement Come to an end Come to an end, as a magazine subscription Come to an end, like a subscription Come to blows Come to earth Come to fruitation Come to fruition Come to grips Come to grips with Come to grips with impending bankruptcy, e.g. Come to grips, in the backwoods Come to judge Come to know Come to land Come to life Come to light Come to maturity Come to mind Come to mind again Come to naught Come to nothing Come to one's ___ Come to one's aid Come to one's senses Come to pass Come to pass, briefly Come to rest Come to ruin Come to see Come to shore Come to terms Come to terms (with) Come to terms for less jail time, say Come to terms, with considerable effort Come to the curb Come to the fore Come to the point? Come to the rescue Come to the rescue of Come to the surface Come to think or judge Come to understand Come to visit Come to your senses before entering spring or summer (3,6) Come together as a unit Come together as one Come together at a point Come together in jam session Come together like gears Come together nicely Come together, as gears Come together, as in matrimony Come too late for the dance Comeback to "You are not!" Comeback to a skeptic Comeback to an accusation Comebacks to accusations Comedian Tomlin as a bowler? Comes to a close Comes to a conclusion Comes to a dead stop Comes to a decision Comes to a determination Comes to a grinding halt Comes to a halt Comes to a point Comes to a snail's pace Comes to a standstill Comes to a stop Comes to an end Comes to an end, as a subscription Comes to bat, e.g. Comes to earth Comes to fruition Comes to grips with Comes to grips with grips Comes to heel Comes to know Comes to light Comes to maturity Comes to mind Comes to mind, finally (with ''on'') Comes to naught Comes to nothing Comes to pass Comes to pass, as hoped for Comes to pass, old-style Comes to rest Comes to terms Comes to the aid of Comes to the fore Comes to the point? Comes to the rescue Comes to the table Comes to the top Comes to the top, as a diver Comet, to an ancient Comet, to an augur Comet, to some Comets, to the superstitious Comic that comes to an end on October 3rd, and whose catchphrase ends this puzzle's theme answers Concordes come to N.Y., N.J., etc. Didn't come to terms Doesn't come to terms Eclipses and comets, to some Etheridge who sang "Come to My Window" Failures come to this First comedienne to sit and chat with Johnny Carson after her debut performance First country you'd come to if you sail west from Mumbai Former baseball manager comes to a President's mother Frequent comeback to the Little Red Hen Game in which at least two men come to pass Gently comes to a close Good thing that comes to those who wait? Good things that come to those who wait Guitarist comes to actor Halley's comet, to William the Conqueror He comes to court He directed Redd in "Cotton Comes to Harlem" Hero who comes to the rescue How change may come to the British How change will come to Estonians It can come to a head It comes to a head It comes to a point It comes to mind It comes to those who wait It could just come to mind It may "come to shove" It may come to a head It may come to a tête It may come to mind It might come to a boil It might come to you undressed It might just come to you It often comes to a stop It'll come to him eventually
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