Synonyms of 'come along'
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1 hurryDictionary, let's go, hurry up
Come along! There's no sense in hanging around.
2 progressDictionary, develop, get on
A spokesman says the talks are coming along well.
3 recoverDictionary, improve, pick up
How's he coming along after his operation?
He is recovering after sustaining a knee injury.
He had improved so much the doctor cut his dosage.
A good dose of tonic will help you to pick up.
He rallied enough to thank his doctor.
He must have an operation to mend torn knee ligaments.
She perked up and began to laugh.
I went away to the country to recuperate.
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Children develop at different rates.
Thesaurus for come along from the Collins English Thesaurus
You tell someone to come along to encourage them in a friendly way to do something, especially to attend something.