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(idiomatic) To give an appearance or impression; to project a certain image.
To find, usually by accident.
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You may come across a completely new style that you really like.
How many old Studio photographs have you come across and when looked at, have stirred the imagination?
Along the way you come across enemy gun emplacements that you can take over, and use to pepper the battlefield.
There, they come across the Thornberry family who are seeking an elusive white leopard.
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