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Come Home

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Return to your house; to touch one’s feelings or interest.

“No poetry was ever more human than Chaucer’s; none ever came more generally … home to its readers.”—Green: Short History of the English People, chap. v.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Column at Boulogne
Columns or Herculēs
Coma Berenices
Comazants
Comb
Comb the Cat (To)
Come and take Them
Come Ather (pron. ah-ther)
Come Down a Peg
Come Down upon One (To)
Come Home
Come it
Come it Strong
Come Lightly
Come Of
Come Off (To)
Come On!
Come Out
Come Over One (To)
Come Round
Come Short (To)