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c'mon

 (kə-mŏn′, -môn′)
Informal
Contraction of come on.

c'mon

(kəˈmɒn)
contraction of
come on

c'mon

(kmɒn, kəˈmɒn)
Informal.
contraction of come on.
[1930–35]
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We're all rooting for Huddersfield Town fan Totty" - Andrew Cruickshanks in hospital after assault C'mon Andreaus Totty.
As a community retailer we wanted to show our support while giving people in communities all over Wales a chance to wish their national football team well - C'mon Cymru
C'mon is the only word we hear throughout the day in the mine shaft.
One pays tribute to the songs of Gene Vincent and Eddie Cochran, with songs like C'Mon Everybody and Be-Bop A-Lula, while Winter Dance Party recreates Buddy Holly's last historic concert before his death in 1959.
And if anyone tries to tell you different, you know just what to say: C'mon man.
The latter sharply contrasts with zany thumpers C'mon C'mon and Rock Me.
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05pm) Cofiant newydd am Tony ac Aloma, y ddrama C'mon Midlaiff, a chyfrol am y cerflunydd John Meirion Morris ydi''r tri phwnc trafod ar y rhaglen heno.
robber till the next emperor said c'mon, c'mon, everybody get up.
C'MON YOU FANS: Can your child rival little Jacob Trotter, three, from Billingham, pictured above Each week we will print the winning picture and the youngster will win the two Boro prizes.
The campaign, entitled C'mon Over, is aimed squarely at graduates in Britain, who are told of great job opportunities in the six counties.
Aw, c'mon, kids -- end your senseless bickering and proclaim your love already.