The Word 'FALL'

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Meanings Of The Word 'Fall'

Fall (noun)

definition:
the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)

Synonyms

Surrender

Fall (noun)

definition:
a sudden drop from an upright position

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Spill Tumble

Fall (noun)

definition:
a lapse into sin

Fall (noun)

definition:
a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity

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Drop Dip Free Fall

Fall (noun)

definition:
a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity

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Drop

Fall (noun)

definition:
a movement downward

example:
"the rise and fall of the tides"

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Descent

Fall (noun)

definition:
a sudden decline in strength or number or importance

example:
"the fall of the House of Hapsburg"

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Downfall

Fall (noun)

definition:
when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat

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Pin

Fall (noun)

definition:
a downward slope or bend

Fall (noun)

definition:
the time of day immediately following sunset

Fall (noun)

definition:
the season when the leaves fall from the trees

example:
"in the fall of 1973"

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Autumn

Fall (verb)

definition:
drop oneself to a lower or less erect position

Fall (verb)

definition:
lose an upright position suddenly

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Fall Down

Fall (verb)

definition:
slope downward

example:
"The hills around here fall towards the ocean"

Fall (verb)

definition:
move in a specified direction

example:
"The line of men fall forward"

Fall (verb)

definition:
be inherited by

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Return

Fall (verb)

definition:
fall to somebody by assignment or lot

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Light

Fall (verb)

definition:
come into the possession of

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Accrue

Fall (verb)

definition:
be captured

Fall (verb)

definition:
to be given by assignment or distribution

Fall (verb)

definition:
to be given by right or inheritance

Fall (verb)

definition:
lose office or power

Fall (verb)

definition:
suffer defeat, failure, or ruin

example:
"We must stand or fall"

Fall (verb)

definition:
yield to temptation or sin

Fall (verb)

definition:
lose one's chastity

example:
"a fallen woman"

Fall (verb)

definition:
touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly

Synonyms

Strike

Fall (verb)

definition:
die, as in battle or in a hunt

Fall (verb)

definition:
be due

example:
"payments fall on the 1st of the month"

Fall (verb)

definition:
come under, be classified or included

example:
"fall into a category"

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Come

Fall (verb)

definition:
fall from clouds

example:
"rain, snow and sleet were falling"

Fall (verb)

definition:
pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind

example:
"fall into a trap"

Fall (verb)

definition:
decrease in size, extent, or range

Fall (verb)

definition:
come as if by falling

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Settle Descend

Fall (verb)

definition:
go as if by falling

Fall (verb)

definition:
occur at a specified time or place

example:
"Christmas falls on a Monday this year"

Fall (verb)

definition:
begin vigorously

Fall (verb)

definition:
be born, used chiefly of lambs

Fall (verb)

definition:
come out

Fall (verb)

definition:
be cast down

Fall (verb)

definition:
assume a disappointed or sad expression

Fall (verb)

definition:
fall or flow in a certain way

Synonyms

Flow Hang

Fall (verb)

definition:
move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way

Fall (verb)

definition:
descend in free fall under the influence of gravity

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