come it (with someone)

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come it (with someone)

To intentionally mislead someone in an attempt to gain their attention. Don't come it with me—I don't want to hear any more lies.
See also: come

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