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She’d come off her new bike and hurt her knee.
The chewing gum wouldn’t come off.
I pulled at the drawer, and the handle came off.
One of the legs has come off the table.
She’d been advised to come off the medication immediately.
What if their plan doesn’t come off?
The party didn’t quite come off as we had hoped.
Another competition is coming off in the summer.
He came off quite badly in the exchange of insults.
I don’t want to come off as desperate.
Come off it now – she was only trying to help.
Come off it, I know lots of men who do housework.