Noun(1) an outcome (good or bad
(1) They get their comeuppance in the end in satisfyingly brutal fashion.(2) You'll get your comeuppance in due time.(3) Thus far, it is only in the executive suite and in the stock market that society has witnessed a comeuppance .(4) As for the rest of you, you'll get your comeuppance soon.(5) Cosmic comeuppance isn't supposed to count for much in football.(6) It's rare that an actor can not only deserve his comeuppance but maintain your sympathy while getting it.(7) By the time Delilah weaseled the secret of his strength out of him, Samson seemed ripe for a rude comeuppance .(8) I guess this is her comeuppance , though she'll never even know it.(9) Before that he'd been an actor, often on radio, playing gangsters who got a violent comeuppance .(10) he got his comeuppance(11) These fine visitors, I thought, were in for what I can only describe as a culinary comeuppance .(12) Among the more baffling parts of this showdown is why Madam Secretary would have invited such a comeuppance in the first place.(13) I kept thinking that the last pages must be missing, the ones with the comeuppance , but there's none.(14) It's not much of a comeuppance for a 65-year-old ex-CEO who never has to work again anyway.(15) Sooner or later, though, such hubris must receive its grim comeuppance .(16) However, it seems that the political comeuppance is always greener on the other side of the Atlantic.
1. just deserts ::
2. just punishment ::
3. due ::
4. retribution ::
5. requital ::
6. what's coming to one ::
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