Scrabble?! FALL


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Definitions of FALL in various dictionaries:

    • noun - the season when the leaves fall from the trees
    • noun - a sudden drop from an upright position
    • noun - the lapse of mankind into sinfulness because of the sin of Adam and Eve
    • noun - a downward slope or bend
    • noun - a lapse into sin
    • noun - a sudden decline in strength or number or importance
    • noun - a movement downward
    • noun - the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)
    • noun - the time of day immediately following sunset
    • noun - when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat
    • noun - a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity
    • noun - a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity
    • verb - descend in free fall under the influence of gravity
    • verb - move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way
    • verb - pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind
    • verb - come under, be classified or included
    • verb - fall from clouds
    • verb - suffer defeat, failure, or ruin
    • verb - die, as in battle or in a hunt
    • verb - touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly
    • verb - be captured
    • verb - occur at a specified time or place
    • verb - decrease in size, extent, or range
    • verb - yield to temptation or sin
    • verb - lose office or power
    • verb - to be given by assignment or distribution
    • verb - move in a specified direction
    • verb - be due
    • verb - lose one's chastity
    • verb - to be given by right or inheritance
    • verb - come into the possession of
    • verb - fall to somebody by assignment or lot
    • verb - be inherited by
    • verb - slope downward
    • verb - lose an upright position suddenly
    • verb - drop oneself to a lower or less erect position
    • verb - fall or flow in a certain way
    • verb - assume a disappointed or sad expression
    • verb - be cast down
    • verb - come out
    • verb - be born, used chiefly of lambs
    • verb - begin vigorously
    • verb - go as if by falling
    • verb - come as if by falling
    • To drop or come down freely under the influence of gravity.
    • To drop oneself to a lower or less erect position: I fell back in my chair.
    • To lose an upright or erect position suddenly.
    • To drop wounded or dead, especially in battle.
    • To go or come as if by falling: All grief fell from our hearts.
    • To come to rest; settle: The light fell on my book.
    • To hang down: The child’s hair fell in ringlets.
    • To be cast down: Her eyes fell.
    • To assume an expression of consternation or disappointment: His face fell when he heard the report.
    • To undergo conquest or capture, especially as the result of an armed attack: The city fell after a long siege.
    • To experience defeat or ruin: After 300 years the dynasty fell.
    • To lose office: The disgraced prime minister fell from power.
    • To slope downward: The rolling hills fall gently toward the coast.
    • To lessen in amount or degree: The air pressure is falling.
    • To decline in financial value: Last year, stock prices fell sharply.
    • To lose weight.
    • To diminish in pitch or volume: My friend’s voice fell to a whisper.
    • To give in to temptation; sin.
    • To lose one’s chastity.
    • To pass into a particular state, condition, or situation: fell silent; fall in love.
    • To occur at a specified time: New Year’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year.
    • To occur at a specified place: The stress falls on the last syllable.
    • To come, as by chance.
    • To be given by assignment or distribution: The greatest task fell to me.
    • To be given by right or inheritance.
    • To be included within the range or scope of something: The specimens fall into three categories.
    • To come into contact; strike: My gaze fell on a small book in the corner.
    • To come out; issue: Insincere compliments fell from their lips.
    • To begin vigorously: fell to work immediately.
    • To cut down (a tree); fell.
    • The act or an instance of falling.
    • A sudden drop from a relatively erect to a less erect position.
    • Something that has fallen: a fall of hail.
    • An amount that has fallen: a fall of two inches of rain.
    • The distance that something falls: The victim suffered a fall of three stories to the ground.
    • A waterfall.
    • A downward movement or slope.
    • A veil hung from a woman’s hat and down her back.
    • An ornamental cascade of lace or trimming attached to a dress, usually at the collar.
    • A woman’s hairpiece with long, free-hanging hair.
    • An overthrow; a collapse: the fall of a government.
    • Armed capture of a place under siege: the fall of Dien Bien Phu.
    • A reduction in value, amount, or degree.
    • A marked, often sudden, decline in status, rank, or importance: “turned them in, set them up for prosecution; positioned them, as it were, for the fall” (Joan Didion).
    • A moral lapse.
    • A loss of chastity.
    • The loss of innocence and grace resulting from Adam’s eating the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden.
    • Sports.
    • The act of throwing or forcing a wrestling opponent down on his or her back.
    • Any of various wrestling maneuvers so used.
    • Nautical.
    • A break or rise in the level of a deck.
    • The end of a cable, rope, or chain that is pulled by the power source in hoisting.
    • The birth of an animal, especially a lamb.
    • All the animals born at one birth; a litter.
    • A family of woodcock in flight.
    • The outer series of perianth in the irises and related plants.
    • To withdraw one’s friendship and support.
    • To become gradually diminished in size.
    • To drift off an established course.
    • To give ground; retreat.
    • To recede: The waves fell back.
    • To fail to keep up a pace; lag behind.
    • To be financially in arrears.
    • To feel love for.
    • To be deceived or swindled by: fell for the con artist’s scheme and lost $200,000.
    • To take one’s place in a military formation.
    • To sink inward; cave in: The roof of the old barn fell in.
    • To become less; decrease: Stock prices have fallen off.
    • To change course to leeward.
    • To attack suddenly and viciously: Snipers and irregulars fell on the hapless patrol.
    • To meet with; encounter: a stockbroker who fell on hard times.
    • To leave a barracks, for example, in order to take one’s place in a military formation.
    • To leave a military formation.
    • To quarrel: The siblings fell out over their inheritance.
    • To happen; occur.
    • To leave a barracks, for example, in order to take one’s place in a military formation.
    • To leave a military formation.
    • To rely on: fall back on old friends in time of need.
    • To resort to: I had to fall back on my savings when I was unemployed.
    • To fail miserably when attempting to achieve a result.
    • To have no effect: The jokes fell flat.
    • To collide.
    • To clash: fell foul of the law.
    • To agree with or be in harmony with: Their views fall in with ours.
    • To associate or begin to associate with: fell in with the wrong crowd.
    • To fail to attain a specified amount, level, or degree: an athlete whose skill fell far short of expectations.
    • To prove inadequate: Our supplies of sugar and rice fell short.
    • verb - to descend under the force of gravity


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