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come along (with someone)

to come with or go with someone. Please come along with me to the store. Come along, let's go.
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come along

1. to develop or improve Thomas is more relaxed and his skills are coming along.
2. to appear or be available Sometimes an album comes along that just sounds better than anything else you've heard in a long time.
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come along

1. Accompany or go with someone. For example, Are you coming along with us today? [Late 1600]
2. Advance toward a goal, make progress, as in How are you coming along with your piano lessons?
3. Appear or materialize, as in I'm hoping another offer will come along soon.
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come along

v.
1. To go with someone else who takes the lead: If you go swimming, I'll come along.
2. To make advances to a goal; progress: Our projects are coming along very well. How is your remodeling coming along?
3. To make an appearance; show up: Don't take the first offer that comes along.
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If bad news were to come along and cause those optimists to bail out, the impact on the stock price is easy to imagine.