Come around Sentence Examples
You must be thrilled she's come around to your side.
Hopefully he'll come around.
Not well, though she's starting to come around.
Do you think he'll come around?
He couldn't even be certain he wanted the guy to come around.
Beauties like Gams don't come around very often.
We'll just have to let him blow off some steam, and then he'll come around.
Hopefully she will come around but if you push a relationship right now, you'll only alienate her.
Alex would come around eventually.
Josh said he wouldn't come around me until after the wedding, didn't he?Advertisement
Howie's mood and disposition were unimproved though Julie was convinced he would come around now that we were together.
Now, they 've come around - yet many doctors still do n't test for h. pylori.
At the top of the tri-fold, unfold two triangles (these will come around the sides of your baby's waist).
If you give her enough time, she should gradually come around and decide to do some exploring on her own.
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Now that many camis come with built-in bra shelves, history has come around.
The "perfect" dress purchased six months ago may lose its flair by the time her event has come around.
She knew how to come around to the front of the house because daily I take her with my other dogs and walk the first few blocks around my house several times a day, so she can learn the area.
Full and lush on the palate, it actually finishes strong on the tannin and wood side, telling me that this wine needs a couple of years to come around to release what it has in store.
However, that's part of growing up, helping your parents come around.Advertisement
Moving on does not mean that you stop being friends; it simple means you stop waiting for her to come around.
Alex would come around when the baby was born.
She is extremely standoffish and will only come around once every couple of days.
There are so many opportunities for crafting that come around the holidays; you could actually spend all year crafting for Christmas and never get bored or run out of things to do.