Not a whore, but a whore on the come up. A girl/guy that thinks kissing everyone isn’t making them a whore bc they’re not having sex.
Brad: yo that girl a hoe
Tony: nah she a come up hoe, she only has one body
Brad: yea she be kissin everybody
by Cvmx922 January 15, 2018
For one to become affected by cannabis.
“If I smoke a joint through my nose, will I still come up dirty?”
“Yes randy, you will still come up dirty.”
by Dethbyseth9753 July 26, 2022
Dig someone out of a hole, or do something that turns the tide and turns the situation into a success, particularly at the last minute and when unexpected, with all hope lost.
Same as come through for someone in the clutch, only an older phrase, and more precise, better conveying the sense of "in the nick of time", and "unexpected".

Look at it like this- played out action movie scenario: there are three guys fighting. 2 vs 1. One of them gets knocked out cold, and then the guy that knocked him out pulls out a gun and is about to finish off the other guy. Just when he is about to pull the trigger and send him to kingdom come, he gets hit in the head/ shot in the back etc by someone, and we see that someone is the guy who was out cold.

He came up trumps.
My old junker broke down and left me stranded in the middle of nowhere, but this guy came up trumps and gave me a ride.
#come up trumps

This bully started pushing me around, but Daniel came up trumps just when I was about to get my ass kicked big time, and took him down a few pegs.
by Barzagli September 22, 2017
The proper past tense of the word "come up". This is more proper than "comed up" and head and shoulders better than "came up", which only sissies say. Its identical twin opposite is "come downed".

Some spelt without the hypen, though the hypen always exists when verbally spoken.
Recently, the topic come-upped that the earth's magnetic field could be subject to an anomaly, as a result of the aligning of the planets, something that occurs every 26,000 years.
by therealizer August 7, 2018
“Come up” is a term used to describe something you literally, “come upon,” or find virtuously. It is also used to mean something that helps someone “come up” to the next level, like a rad

pair of shoes or a fur coat or a bargain
One man's trash, that's another man's a come up
by Shemesh December 3, 2019