come it

come it (with one)

To attempt to gain one's favor, attention, etc. by misleading them or through other disingenuous means. Don't come it with me—I don't want to hear any more lies.
See also: come
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ˈcome it (with somebody)

(informal) try to impress, persuade or deceive somebody in the hope of getting their attention, respect, sympathy, etc: Your leg hurts? Don’t come it (with me) — get out there and play with the rest of the team!
See also: come
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