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come into the world

To be born. Your new sister came into the world at 3:25 this morning.
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come into the world

Fig. to be born. I came into this world nearly seventy years ago. Little Timmy came into the world on a cold and snowy night.
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come into the ˈworld

(literary) be born: Our lives changed completely when little Oliver came into the world. OPPOSITE: breathe your last
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THESE cute lambs must have been thankful for their natural woolly jumpers after coming into the world in the middle of the coldest winter for years.
She has been plagued by health problems since coming into the world in July 2004.
I felt that the overall message that God's coming into the world is a grand excuse for consumer excess hurts rather than helps the celebration of Christmas in our culture.
It is, in the words of Henri Focillon, "a kind of fissure through which crowds of images aspiring to birth" are coming into the world.
Remember always that you were loved from the moment I knew you were coming into the world - and that I love you more and more each day.
Coming into the world at the absolute ass-end of the boom in December 1964 closes off the acting-older escape route too, as there is no shortage of 55-year-old boomers waiting to suck the life out of you with golf, stock tips, and the time they saw the Stones.
He begins by assessing the context of Jesus coming into the world, his family life and circumstances concluding, "the complexity and subtlety of life is beyond understanding.
I appreciate that for those of a squeamish nature it might not be the easiest thing to do, but surely seeing your child coming into the world is worth a few moments of discomfort?
I've got a boy coming into the world, and (Kim's) an amazing woman.