Come to pass Crossword Clue

We have the answer for Come to pass crossword clue last seen on the July 1, 2024 along with past answers in case you’ve been struggling to solve this one! Crossword puzzles can be an excellent way to stimulate your brain, pass the time, and challenge yourself all at once. Of course, sometimes there’s a crossword clue that totally stumps us, whether it’s because we are unfamiliar with the subject matter entirely or we just are drawing a blank.

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Come to pass Crossword Clue Answer is…


This clue last appeared in the Boston Globe Crossword on July 1, 2024. You can also find answers to past Boston Globe Crosswords.

More Answers

This clue has been used by other publishers in the past, and they have had different answers when published, so the below list is a compilation of all known answers that have been used for this clue.

  • OCCUR (5 letters)
  • HAPPEN (6 letters)
  • ENSUE (5 letters)
  • UNFOLD (6 letters)

Related Boston Globe Crossword Answers

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39A Receipt line
41A Runny part of a fried egg
3D Backpacker's stopover
6D French for love
11D Seriously?
18D Tags on social media
26D Cookies that may be mixed into ice cream
48D Held a view?

Clue & Answer Definitions

  • UNFOLD (verb)
    1. develop or come to a promising stage
    2. extend or stretch out to a greater or the full length
  • OCCUR (verb)
    1. come to pass
    2. come to one’s mind; suggest itself

Historical Usage in Crossword Puzzles

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