How to use Coming-across in a sentence

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  • Since dormice are strictly nocturnal and usually forage in the tree canopy, the chance of coming across any is extremely unlikely.

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  • Granted, what we accomplished was monumental, but coming across a similar situation and duplicating what we were able to do might not occur very often.

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  • You can't read about prostitution in Ouray without coming across the name Vanoli.

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  • It is tonal and highly chromatic, not coming across as old-fashioned.

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  • Jerryn I saw two Jerries coming across with rifles.

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  • Squirrel pox was found last summer by the Moredun Research Institute near Edinburgh in gray squirrel pox was found last summer by the Moredun Research Institute near Edinburgh in gray squirrels coming across the border from Cumbria.

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  • Are you beginning your college search and keep coming across college rankings by cost?

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  • However, research shows that most parents aren't thinking about cyber bullies; most are more concerned with their child coming across a pornography Web site.

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  • In this way, your costumes become highly memorable without coming across as strange or mismatched.

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  • Immigrants coming across the ocean in ships landed at Ellis Island to be processed and allowed to either enter the country to begin a new life or turned away due to illness or some other reason.

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  • If your words are positive but your behavior demonstrates fear, then the risk of miscommunication or coming across as inauthentic increases.

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  • Because this forum is not moderated and there is no charge for posting announcements about opportunities, the risk of coming across potential freelance writing scams in this section is high.

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  • But anyway, I don't remember much except it had something to do with a couple of kids coming across an old abandoned mansion, and they discovered that it was being haunted by, I think, one or two children.It could have been a boy and girl.

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  • You can't go anywhere in the diet blogosphere these days without coming across articles touting the benefits of green tea for dieting.

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  • I turned in my seat and before I could get up, coming across the room towards me, was this beautiful brown face with a radiant smile – it was Doctor Martin Luther King.

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  • Dining in this tucked-away neighborhood is like coming across a hidden culinary gem.

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