eOE (Royal) (1865) ii. 166 (table of contents) Læcedom wiþ windigre aþundenesse þæs miltes, sio cymð of æpla æte.
OE Ælfric (Julius) (1881) I. 16 Gif þæt yrre bið on yfel awend, þonne cymð [c1175 Bodl. 343 cymeð] of þam unrotnisse and æmylnysse.
lOE (Laud) anno 1083 Ærest hit com of þæs abbotes unwisdome, þet he misbead his munecan on fela þingan.
?c1225 (▸?a1200) (Cleo. C.vi) (1972) 218 Þet Muche kimeð of lutel.
1340 (1866) 255 Manie kuedes..comeþ of kueade tonge.
c1405 (▸c1390) G. Chaucer (Hengwrt) (2003) l. 107 Certes this dreem..Comth of the grete superfluitee Of youre rede Colera pardee.
a1425 (▸a1325) (Galba) l. 27682 Of enuy cummes oft grete grocheing.
1485–6 (Electronic ed.) Parl. Nov. 1485 1st Roll §20. m. 15 The money comyng of or by the seid sales.
1568 W. Turner iii. 3 Rotten agues, of which the jaundes is commed.
1580 J. Lyly (new ed.) f. 115 Their beautie commeth by Nature, yours by Art.
1590 C. Marlowe sig. B5 What thinkst thou man, shal come of our attemptes.
1611 M. Smith in Transl. to Rdr. sig. Av He had not seene any profit to come by any Synode.
1663 S. Butler i. i. 57 Sure some mischief will come of it.
1735 H. Fielding iii. 36 There's no Good ever comes of Romping and Palming.
1774 C. Dibdin i. 15 Why the girl's distracted! but this comes of gadding about with your mother.
1833 37 350 Education comes of more things than books.
1884 W. C. Smith 48 Suspicion murders love, and from its death Come anguish and remorse.
1914 10 Jan. 9/5 We are of opinion that ill rather than good will come of misspelling the root forms of Latin derivatives.
1993 B. Sidhwa (1994) xi. 120 I told you, no good would come of sending Feroza to America!
2008 2 Feb. (Guide Suppl.) 3/1 What earthly good can come of having polished pits that look like a Sindy's?