Crossword clues for comin
vb. (eye dialect of coming English)
Usage examples of "comin".
But the leadin hoss of the pirut ship stopt suddent on comin to the oats, and commenst for to devour them.
I said-got killed on a horse and it never singed a hair on that horse and it killed him graveyard dead they had to cut his belt off him where it welded the buckle shut and I got a cousin aint but four years oldern me was struck down in his own yard comin from the barn and it paralyzed him all down one side and melted the fillins in his teeth and soldered his jaw shut.
Kingsway shelter when I found out what was happening out there, and I heard the true story first-hand, because even though the Civil Defence personnel were droppin like flies all round us, reports were still comin through on the wires.
Even though I'd seen you comin and going a few times, I was still frightened of what I might find in 'ere.
But I'd got into the Kingsway shelter when I found out what was happening out there, and I heard the true story first-hand, because even though the Civil Defence personnel were droppin like flies all round us, reports were still comin through on the wires.
Mister McGivver rushes outside an begun to holler—all the lights in the house an barns be on, bright as day, an in the distance we can see lights comin on in Coalville, too.
She come inside an Mama took her to the parlor an give her a ice-cream float an call for me to come down from my room, where I had run to as soon as I seen Jenny Curran comin up the walk.
Next gig they done—this was in Philadelphia—Grass and Sophie done this song in falsetto, like the song was called “China Doll” and it was about dope comin in from the Orient and pollutin the black youth of our cities, and they rapped it in these high falsetto voices like supposed to be comin from Chinese chicks, you know, these high singsongy voices comin from these two gorgeous black chicks, the crowd went wild.