'come' is a verb meaning to move closer or near to something or someone. It can also refer to a feeling of being attracted to an object, person, or idea. It can also be used to refer to the act of leaving someplace.
1. 'He could feel the pull of the moon come over him.'
2. 'The group decided to come together for dinner.'
it is important to note that come has a large range of uses, so it is important to ensure that the context of the sentence fits the use of the word. Additionally, come can also often be used in the negative; for example, 'The cyclist did not come close to the finish line.'