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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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He tweeted: "Earth to noel listen up rkid I hear your doing gigs where people can't drink alcohol now that's the BeZarist thing you've done yet I forgive you now let's get the BIG O back together and stop *** about the drinks are on me LG x" He followed that up with a simple tweet saying: "C'mon."
Album of the Year: C'mon In / Eason Chan / Universal Music Taiwan Ltd.
BARACK OBAMA has coined a catchphrase - "C'mon, man" - in his bid to rally voters behind Democratic US President nominee Hillary Clinton.
"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!" Wales will kick off their Euro 2016 campaign against Slovakia in Bordeaux on June 11 before facing rivals England and Russia, with hopes of progressing further in their first finals tournament since 1958.
MANIC Street Preachers have unveiled their Offi-cial Wales Euro 2016 anthem Together Stronger (C'mon Wales).
Whenever I would compliment him, he would say, "Oh, c'mon, Rocket, " as if I had embarrassed him.
According to News.com.au, the fast bowler had also played five ODIs for Australia and had been immortalized in the 1978 World Series Cricket anthem 'C'mon Aussie C'mon' with the line 'Gilmour's wielding willow like an axe'.
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.
Next time you witness a so-called friend being cruel, try saying something like, "Oh c'mon, leave her alone," or "I think her sweater is nice," or simply change the subject by talking about a new teacher or IV show or asking a question about anything at all.
At 15-0 in that game Riske played what she thought was a winning shot and shouted 'C'mon' - even though Lisicki still had a chance to reach the ball.
Nowhere was this sad fact more on display than at a conference I attended recently, where the casting buyers who spoke came off as so self-serving and otherwise un-enlightened that my friend and fellow attendee Eric was moved to lean toward me and mutter "C'mon man." While I immediately registered his scorn at what was being presented, it was only after he explained the genesis of his comment that I fully comprehended his contempt.