Verbs with other meanings
There are a few other verbs which have this pattern. They are used with a particular adverb or pair of adverbs.
If Leaphorn had guessed right about the lake, the chance of catching George there looked a little better.
Children in small classes tend to score higher in maths and reading than those in larger classes.
The phrasal verb come in is used only in questions or clauses beginning with where.
guess (wrong/right) score (low/high) weigh (heavily) come in
After a short pause, Rose asked again, 'But where do we come in, Henry?'