come to pass


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come to pass

To happen. The phrase often indicates that what is happening is the result of a course of events. Our only hope now is that these dire predictions will not come to pass, but can be avoided somehow. When it finally came to pass, it almost felt like a letdown.
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come to pass

to happen; to take place. And when do you think all these good things will come to pass? Do you think it will really come to pass?
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come to pass

To occur.
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