Came Around

Pronunciation of Came Around
/kˈe͡ɪm ɐɹˈa͡ʊnd/, /kˈe‍ɪm ɐɹˈa‍ʊnd/, /k_ˈeɪ_m ɐ_ɹ_ˈaʊ_n_d/

Synonyms for came around:

acquiesce (verb)

accede, accept, accommodate, adapt, adjust, agree, allow, approve, buy, cave in, come across, come around, comply, concur, conform, consent, ditto, give in, give out, go along, jibe, okay, pass, reconcile, set, submit, subscribe, yes, yield, play ball, bow to, shake on, roll over and play dead, say uncle, cry uncle, cut a deal.

adapt (verb)

acclimate, accustom, alter, change, fashion, fit, habituate, harmonize, make, match, modify, prepare, qualify, readjust, remodel, revise, shape, square, suit, tailor, Familiarize, shape up, play the game, get act together, grow used to, roll with punches, get used to.

comply (verb)

accord, acquiesce, conform to, defer, discharge, fit in, fold, fulfill, give up, keep, knuckle under, mind, obey, observe, perform, put out, quit, respect, satisfy, straighten up, agree to, go along with, adhere to, consent to, don't make waves, don't rock the boat, go with the flow, knuckle to, stay in line, throw in towel, toss it in, yes one.

contract (verb)

arrange, assent, bargain, bound, circumscribe, clinch, close, commit, covenant, dicker, engage, initial, ink, limit, negotiate, obligate, owe, pact, pledge, promise, settle, sign up, stipulate, undertake, enter into, sign for, swear to, accept offer, become indebted, firm a deal, give one's word, hammer out deal, it's a deal, make terms, put in writing, shake hands on it, sign papers, work out details.

grant (verb)

acknowledge, admit, allocate, allot, assign, assume, avow, award, bestow, bless, cede, come through, concede, confer, convey, donate, drop, give, impart, invest, own, permit, present, profess, relinquish, sign on, stake, suppose, surrender, transfer, transmit, vouchsafe, own up, sign off on, gift with, give the nod, give thumbs-up.

improve (verb)

advance, ameliorate, amend, augment, better, boost, civilize, convalesce, correct, cultivate, develop, doctor up, edit, elevate, emend, enhance, gain ground, help, increase, lift, look up, meliorate, mend, perk up, polish, progress, promote, purify, raise, rally, recover, rectify, recuperate, refine, reform, revamp, rise, sharpen, skyrocket, straighten out, touch up, update, upgrade, pick up, take off, set right, make strides, turn the corner.

oblige (verb)

aid, assist, avail, benefit, contribute, convenience, favor, gratify, indulge, please, profit, serve, fill the bill, take it, toe the mark, meet halfway, grin and bear it, bend over backward, go fifty-fifty, make a deal, make room, put oneself out, roll with it, swim with the tide.

rally (verb)

bounce back, brace up, enliven, improve, invigorate, refresh, surge, turn around, come along, pull through, snap out of it, get better, come from behind, get back in shape, get second wind, grow stronger, make a comeback, regain strength, turn things around.

reanimate (verb)

reactivate, reawaken, revivify.

recover (verb)

gain, get over, get well, grow, heal, overcome, rebound, rejuvenate, renew, restore, revive, sober up, snap back, forge ahead, be out of woods, feel oneself again, get back on feet, get in shape, get out from under, regain one's strength, return to form, start anew, take turn for better, regain one's health.

relent (verb)

capitulate, cool it, die away, ease, ease off, ebb, fall, forbear, give way, let go, lighten up, mellow out, melt, moderate, relax, slacken, slow, soften, subside, wane, weaken, show mercy, be merciful, change one's mind, ease up on, give quarter, give some slack, go easy on, have mercy, have pity, lay back, let it happen.

revive (verb)

animate, arouse, awaken, brighten, bring around, bring to, cheer, come to life, comfort, console, encourage, energize, enkindle, exhilarate, gladden, inspirit, quicken, reanimate, recondition, rekindle, relieve, renovate, repair, resurrect, resuscitate, revitalize, rouse, solace, spring up, strengthen, wake up, breathe new life into, make whole.

turn (verb)

arc, bend, circle, circulate, corner, cut, eddy, ground, gyrate, gyre, incline, loop, orbit, oscillate, pass around, pirouette, pivot, roll, rotate, round, spin, sway, swing, swivel, twirl, twist, vibrate, weave, wheel, whirl, wind, yaw, Circumduct, go around, go round, hang a left, hang a right, make a left, make a right, take a bend, move in a circle.

visit (verb)

call, call on, chat, come by, converse, crash, drop by, drop in, dwell, frequent, inspect, look around, play, pop in, reside, see, sojourn, stay at, talk, tarry, tour, take in, step in, HIT, stay with, go over to, stop off, swing by, look in on, drop over, go to see, pay a call, pay a visit to, stop by.

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