come off (v.)
turn out, result
Ham III.ii.24[Hamlet to Players] this overdone, or come tardy off ... cannot but make the judicious grieve [i.e. carried out inadequately]
MM II.i.56[Escalus to Angelo] This comes off well [i.e. this is well put]
TG II.i.103[Valentine to Silvia, of his letter] it came hardly off
Tim I.i.30[Poet to Painter, of the picture] This comes off well and excellent
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