come within (something)

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come within (something)

1. To be categorized in a particular way. What classes come within the Liberal Arts discipline at this school?
2. To fall in a certain range. Don't worry, your baby's weight comes within the normal range for her age group.
See also: come, within

come within something

 
1. to be in the category of something; to be under the domain of someone or something. This comes within the domain of the treasurer. This matter doesn't come within my area of expertise.
2. to be inside a stated range, such as price, time, weight, range, etc. This comes within my price range. I'll take it.
See also: come, within
References in classic literature ?
Presently the object of his scrutiny came within the range of my vision and I saw that it was another yellow man.
Betteredge's present effort at corresponding with me came within this category.
At length they came within full sight of the palace, which proved to be very large and lofty, with a great number of airy pinnacles upon its roof.