Synonym: accost, address. Similar words: come up, face up to, live up to, measure up to, come up with, up to, add up to, stand up to. Meaning: v. speak to someone.
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1. The essay didn't come up to his usual standards.
2. Veronica had come up to him with her usual cheery smile.
3. The trees come up to my window like the yearning voice of the dumb earth.
4. His film performance didn't come up to expectations.
5. Safety measures failed to come up to standard .
6. Her film performance didn't come up to expectations.
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7. Their trip to France didn't come up to expectations.
8. Their holiday in France didn't come up to expectations.
9. The food didn't come up to my expectations.
10. The performance didn't come up to our expectations.
11. The book doesn't come up to the mark.
12. Why don't you come up to New York for the weekend?
13. The water was up to/had come up to the level of the windows.
14. Your behavior does not come up to the expected standard.
15. Why don't you come up to Scotland for a few days?
16. The resort certainly failed to come up to expectations .
17. You may lose your job if you don't come up to scratch .
18. He's tiny, he doesn't even come up to my chest!
19. Who wants to come up to the top of the hill with me?
20. Your last essay wasn't up to scratch/didn't come up to scratch.
21. His performance didn't really come up to his usual high standard.
22. This doesn't come up to the standard of your usual work.
23. My parents live down in Florida, but they come up to Chicago every summer.
24. It's a friendly place-people come up to you in the street and start talking.
25. Our party is the strongest as we come up to the election.
26. This piece of work does not come up to your usual standard.
27. Marge would very likely come up to Rome.
28. People will come up to members of the library committee within the school and talk about library issues.
29. We were always working, and other musicians used to come up to play with us.
30. Britain prefers absolute standards, which would exclude all products that failed to come up to the minimum acceptable level.
More similar words: come up, face up to, live up to, measure up to, come up with, up to, add up to, stand up to, up to date, lead up to, come under, come home, keep to, symptom, interrupt, corruption, use up, tie up, save up, make up, give up, pile up, flare up, size up, take up, line up, fire up, makeup, wake up, drive up.