fall vs autumn

fall autumn

Definitions

  • 1) An amount that has fallen.
  • 2) The act or an instance of falling.
  • 3) A sudden drop from a relatively erect to a less erect position.
  • 4) Something that has fallen.
  • 5) Autumn.
  • 6) A waterfall.
  • 7) A downward movement or slope.
  • 8) A veil hung from a woman's hat and down her back.
  • 9) Any of several pendent articles of dress, especially.
  • 10) The distance that something falls.
  • 11) Theology To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
  • 12) To be given by assignment or distribution.
  • 13) To drop wounded or dead, especially in battle.
  • 14) To apply oneself.
  • 15) To pass into a particular state, condition, or situation.
  • 16) To be cast down.
  • 17) To decline in financial value.
  • 18) To come, as by chance.
  • 19) To hang down.
  • 20) To move downward to a lower level; be reduced.
  • 21) To come into existence or occur as if by falling.
  • 22) To become less in amount or degree.
  • 23) To drop or come down freely under the influence of gravity.
  • 24) To be born. Used chiefly of lambs.
  • 25) To give into temptation; suffer a moral lapse.
  • 26) To slope downward.
  • 27) To cut down (a tree); fell.
  • 28) Theology To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
  • 29) To be included within the range or scope of something.
  • 30) To occur at a specified time or place.
  • 31) To lose an upright or erect position suddenly.
  • 32) To diminish in pitch or volume.
  • 33) To be given by right or inheritance.
  • 34) To be directed toward or come into contact; rest.
  • 35) To lose office.
  • 36) To undergo conquest or capture, especially as the result of an armed attack.
  • 37) To come forth as if by falling; issue.
  • 38) To assume an expression of consternation or disappointment.
  • 39) To be removed as if by falling.
  • 40) To drop oneself to a lower or less erect position.
  • 41) To experience defeat or ruin.

Definitions

  • 1) Traditionally the third of the four seasons, when deciduous trees lose their leaves; typically regarded as being from September 24 to December 22 in parts of the Northern Hemisphere, and the months of March, April and May in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • 2) A period of maturity verging on decline.
  • 3) The season of the year between summer and winter, during which the weather becomes cooler and many plants become dormant, extending in the Northern Hemisphere from the autumnal equinox to the winter solstice and popularly considered to include the months of September, October, and November; fall. In the Southern Hemisphere autumn includes March, April, and May.
  • 4) The time of maturity or decline; latter portion; third stage.
  • 5) The harvest or fruits of autumn.
  • 6) The third season of the year, or the season between summer and winter, often called “the fall.” Astronomically, it begins in the northern temperate zone at the autumnal equinox, about September 23, and ends at the winter solstice, about December 23; but in popular language, autumn, in America, comprises September, October, and November.
  • 7) the season when the leaves fall from the trees
  • 8) The third season of the year, or the season between summer and winter: often called fall, as being the time of the falling of the leaves.
  • 9) A period of maturity, or of incipient decay, abatement, or decline: as, the autumn of life.
  • 10) Figuratively
  • 11) Of or relating to autumn.
  • 12) Grown during the season of autumn.
  • 13) Relating to or occurring in autumn.

Examples

  • 1) His companion also pushed in, quickly closing the door after him and letting the bar fall back in place.
  • 2) Only the quick hands of the two closest Clayr saved her from a potentially fatal fall into the swift, cold waters of the Ratterlin.
  • 3) Two Harshini sat with her, watching the faint rise and fall of her chest, as if waiting for something to happen.
  • 4) She stopped pointing the Browning at Bradfield, letting her arm fall to her side.
  • 5) I ever fall in love (for I'll _fall_ in love, else not go in at all) I shall leave off loving mother best of anybody in the world?
  • 6) Along the cliff _to fall and pause and fall_ did seem.
  • 7) The _Cohoz fall_ is about three miles from the mouth of this river, and at a place where its width is about three hundred yards: a ledge of rocks extends quite across the stream, and from the top of these the water falls about fifty feet perpendicular: the line of the fall, from one side of the river to the other, is nearly straight.
  • 8) LEAD: Tokyo stocks fall on sluggish high-tech shares, Wall Street fall+
  • 9) ‘I watched her open up the paper, let the rest of the tobacco fall onto the ground, and then ball up the little bit of paper and flick it.’
  • 10) ‘He brought his hands down, and she let the bow fall abruptly, surprised at his sudden movement.’
  • 11) ‘His hand glowed and the gigantic sword fell to the ground, leaving a small indention where it had fallen.’
  • 12) ‘The tear drop that fell to the sandy floor changed as it fell, to a jewel.’
  • 13) ‘The mirror's shards fell to the floor like rain, each part catching her reflection as it fell and rested on the floor.’
  • 14) ‘I got up and went to the shower; I dropped my silk gown which fell to the floor stroking my skin softly as it fell.’
  • 15) ‘They were all around us, and when shooting stars fell, you could have sworn that they were going to fall towards you and fall into your hair.’
  • 16) ‘The rain fell harder as we arrived at a larger town, crested with ten thousand 1V aerials.’
  • 17) ‘Just as I arrived rain began to fall, and inside the cafe Kinda Blue was playing.’
  • 18) ‘Most of the sugar landed in his midnight black hair to make it look like he had a bad case of dandruff and the spoon fell loudly to the floor.’
  • 19) ‘Nick had fallen down into the same pit that Scott and Sean fell into.’
  • 20) ‘That meant if he lost his handhold on the roof, he'd fall at least 40 feet, swinging like a pendulum in a huge arc.’
  • 21) ‘Tom steps out of the doorway and falls 7 feet, collapsing onto rails.’
  • 22) ‘Peering from behind my hands, I watch as the horses fall, or throw their rider, or watch as loose, riderless horses veer across the track.’
  • 23) ‘The tears fell and she threw her fistfuls of sand at the horizon.’
  • 24) ‘But as with any thrown object as it falls vertically, it also travels horizontally.’
  • 25) ‘She threw the ax as far as she could and it fell onto the grassy ground.’
  • 26) ‘She shouted in rage as the stunned Arzenes fell to the floor, the computer in his arms falling with a crash.’
  • 27) ‘I opened my left front door panel yesterday and I accidentally pull the door handle and the wire hook just fell off suddenly.’
  • 28) ‘One or more keys fell off the laptop keyboard and you are not sure how to put them back?’
  • 29) ‘His braided hair fell down over his shoulders, his eyes were jet black, and he liked to wear a piece of purple silk tied around his hair.’
  • 30) ‘His long golden hair falls down over his shoulders, and you notice two pointed ears poking out from the golden locks.’
  • 31) ‘The ground fell away from the river somewhat at first, and then rose and fell again before it went up in one slope toward the Wolfing dwellings.’
  • 32) ‘Where the ground fell away right at the end of the garden, we have made a lower level with some steps leading down to a small paved patio.’
  • 33) ‘The Meuse of France falls into the Rhine.’
  • 34) ‘The noble river Severn takes its rise from the Ellennith mountains and falls into the sea a few miles from Gloucester.’
  • 35) ‘His gaze fell to my lips as if he wanted to kiss me.’
  • 36) ‘Her eyes fell to the floor, searching for the largest, sharpest piece of the broken glass.’
  • 37) ‘Una's face fell slightly in disappointment and she looked at me.’
  • 38) ‘I was sure my face fell, reflecting my disappointment because Sister Martina patted me gently on the shoulder.’
  • 39) ‘Julie's face fell and tears trailed down her cheeks like two little streams.’
  • 40) ‘Their faces would fall and I would feel terrible for them in their disappointment.’
  • 41) ‘Cody's face fell, but it quickly disappeared to be replaced by a smile.’
  • 42) ‘Leah's face fell, but she couldn't let herself be too disappointed, at least she was getting out.’
  • 43) ‘Kyle's face fell, slightly, as if he were disappointed at the matter altogether.’
  • 44) ‘Rena's face fell as she made a vortex of some kind and disappeared in a flash.’
  • 45) ‘I watched as his face fell, blue eyes glimmering with disappointment.’
  • 46) ‘He stated and the president paused in his stretch, rising to stand immediately as a somber gaze appeared in his eyes, his face falling.’
  • 47) ‘Face falling drastically, Candace looked down to conceal her disappointment.’
  • 48) ‘But Rupes was quite sweet when he saw how my face fell.’
  • 49) ‘When the judges announced that their decision was unanimous, her face fell, as she was clearly expecting the worst.’
  • 50) ‘As soon as Mike saw the little gold object in my hand his face fell.’
  • 51) ‘I was telling my husband about Join Me and Raymond Price, and his face just fell, and he took out a bit of paper.’
  • 52) ‘Then her face fell, as she realised she could never sneak past her parents with her hair in spikes.’
  • 53) ‘They get near to the shop, and Podge's face falls when he sees a girl standing outside who has obviously been waiting for him’
  • 54) ‘Her face falls when he thanks her for the valuable leads that she's given him.’
  • 55) ‘I wanted to watch their faces fall, watch their vacation end as abruptly as mine did.’
  • 56) ‘His face fell, as if he had just learnt of a sudden failure of all the plane's engines.’
  • 57) ‘I did not fall or lose my balance or anything else embarrassing, but I was annoyed.’
  • 58) ‘We'd clasped hands and spun around, but I'd fallen off balance and crashed into the table.’
  • 59) ‘Thrown off balance, the boy fell with a splash, just as the bullet whizzed past his head.’
  • 60) ‘I put my right foot on it, and put my hand on his shoulder, then he quickly heaved me up, making me lose my balance, and I began falling backwards.’
  • 61) ‘She kept falling and tripping because she couldn't concentrate.’
  • 62) ‘The four of them were running, and she kept falling, or tripping rather.’
  • 63) ‘When I tripped, I had fallen onto a sharp stone, and it had effectively gouged a considerable hole in both my jeans and my knee.’
  • 64) ‘Every step she felt terrified she'd fall or trip on something on the floor.’
  • 65) ‘His brother had fallen backwards onto the grass in the lawn losing much blood it seemed.’
  • 66) ‘One time, she bet Aaron that I'd fall or trip at least ten times in one day.’
  • 67) ‘The first time he trips and falls, his mother responds with sympathetic cooing noises.’
  • 68) ‘A post-mortem report showed heart disease was likely to have caused Mr Turner to collapse and fall downstairs.’
  • 69) ‘I saw my mother fall backwards and hit her head on the table.’
  • 70) ‘She took her hand and with no support, purposely fell into him, causing him to fall backwards.’
  • 71) ‘Valshar's hands went out at the shoulders and caught himself as he fell and started to turn his fall into a backwards roll.’
  • 72) ‘Full marks must go to Stroppy Cow, who, somehow, managed to fall sideways as she introduced herself with a hiccup and a glass in each hand.’
  • 73) ‘Now, it's my understanding that when you ‘pass out’ you fall backwards.’
  • 74) ‘Trying to stand up only to completely lose his footing and fall right back down, Peter chuckled at his own ineptitude.’
  • 75) ‘About halfway up I lost my footing and fell a few feet down, scraping my hands on the rough sand, and lose rocks.’
  • 76) ‘It was hard to climb down and halfway he lost his footing and fell the rest of the way.’
  • 77) ‘Cheska's fathers' eyes widened as he dropped to his knees, falling onto the ground face first.’
  • 78) ‘She knew that if she wasn't already sitting on her short stool, she'd probably have fallen to the ground from weak knees.’
  • 79) ‘I swear, if I hadn't been holding on to him I probably would have fallen to the ground due to weak knees.’
  • 80) ‘If Rose hadn't been lying down on the floor, she most defiantly would have fallen on the ground a few feet away.’
  • 81) ‘The wife fell at his feet and begged for forgiveness.’
  • 82) ‘He fell to his knees and the arms around him loosened the grip and he fell completely.’
  • 83) ‘Towdah fell to his knees, faking a little flailing motion as he fell.’
  • 84) ‘Struggling among the vines, Kearney reflected that they could report that a lot of trees had fallen down and the ground was full of large holes.’
  • 85) ‘The entire structure began falling inwards, collapsing in on itself like a cloth being folded.’
  • 86) ‘Dixie watched in shock as a tall pine tree fell slowly toward her plastic kennel, which was shaped like an igloo.’
  • 87) ‘Jeremy jumped into the ravine as well now, just before the pine tree fell right on top of us.’
  • 88) ‘A pine tree had fallen sideways into Lenin's Mausoleum, the building of which was streaked with more of that rusty red substance.’
  • 89) ‘Many trees had fallen over and were lying twisted on the ground.’
  • 90) ‘But as police officers arrived to help recover the damaged vehicle, a second massive tree fell from the roadside and completely crushed it.’
  • 91) ‘And in the back garden, a large poplar tree had fallen from a neighbour's garden, destroying a fence and landing the middle of Mr Warren's lawn.’
  • 92) ‘The tree had fallen on Sean while he was putting up the plastic tree.’
  • 93) ‘The front of Jim and Pat Fitzgerald's Mercedes was squashed when a 100 ft oak fell across the bonnet and windscreen in south Manchester.’
  • 94) ‘A tree fell, trapping two children, one of them being the fatality.’
  • 95) ‘Although it was not raining when the tree fell and winds were extremely light, it is thought the heavy downpours of the previous few days may have led to the collapse.’
  • 96) ‘No sooner the rains began, traffic crawled, trees fell, power tripped and Bangaloreans waded home with a sense of déjà vu.’
  • 97) ‘Students at Mt Nelson Primary School were given the day off after a tree fell across powerlines and cut electricity to the school.’
  • 98) ‘And the storm came, and the tree fell, and the men came and took it away.’
  • 99) ‘Heavy trees fell, damaging homes and in three cases crushing Tampa police cars.’
  • 100) ‘And on the way back, a huge branch from one of the trees fell right on top of our car.’
  • 101) ‘One large tree had fallen on the pipeline and damaged one section.’
  • 102) ‘In all the years we have lived here, no trees have fallen except in the exceptional circumstance of the hurricane in the 1980s.’
  • 103) ‘A huge tree had fallen across the road in the vicinity of Nardia's house, and the road was impassable.’
  • 104) ‘Ok, here goes, if this site suddenly falls over, you'll know why!’
  • 105) ‘Two days later my computer kept falling over during the windows boot process with a suspect driver error.’
  • 106) ‘I bought two of these when they first came out, one as a mini server the other as a back up server. They were fine for about 24 months... then they both just fell over, both on the same day.’
  • 107) ‘If the Footsie fell by the same amount it would have gone below 3,000.’
  • 108) ‘Within the whole sample, depression scores fell by a similar amount in both groups at two and four months.’
  • 109) ‘Unemployment reached the highest levels since the 1930s. Wages fell by the greatest amount in a century.’
  • 110) ‘Sales of standard tea bags fell by 16 per cent and loose tea by nine per cent over the past two years, according to a report out this week.’
  • 111) ‘After the huge level of activity in 2000, the amount of home and overseas purchases by Irish firms fell by half last year.’
  • 112) ‘As revealed in the Daily Echo, the amount collected in the Poppy Appeal last year in Hampshire fell by £17,000.’
  • 113) ‘Nationwide's latest survey shows the average house price fell by 0.2% last month and by the same amount in August.’
  • 114) ‘The amount of advertising for the division fell by 15 per cent from January to June.’
  • 115) ‘The monthly data indicate that real GDP fell by at least that amount in the third quarter.’
  • 116) ‘The British Crime Survey shows that violent crime fell by six per cent and violence involving injury dropped by 12 per cent.’
  • 117) ‘Robbery was down by a quarter, domestic burglaries dropped by more than a third and vehicle crime fell by more than 40 per cent.’
  • 118) ‘Prices fell by four pence in some areas after a drop in the wholesale price of oil.’
  • 119) ‘After-tax profits fell by 6.2 percent, following a 4.3 percent drop in the fourth quarter.’
  • 120) ‘The average fuel consumption for all gasoline and diesel-fueled cars combined fell by 12 percent.’
  • 121) ‘Irish pension fund values fell by at least 5% in the last year, two separate surveys found yesterday.’
  • 122) ‘When it reopened the Dow Jones index fell by six per cent.’
  • 123) ‘There were prizes in each department of televisions and bicycles and absenteeism fell by 75%.’
  • 124) ‘The number of maths teachers with more than an A-level in the subject fell by an estimated 3,400 between 1996 and 2002.’
  • 125) ‘The authority welcomed news that crime in the police force area fell by an average of five per cent including a 10 per cent drop in Barnsley.’
  • 126) ‘Sales of music CDs fell by nearly 7 percent in Ireland last year.’
  • 127) ‘Easton awoke early this morning to find the thermometer had fallen 30 during the night, and was but 2 above a zero.’
  • 128) ‘The Tourism Barometer's recent low point of 87.1 in November 2001 was matched only in March 1993 when the barometer fell to 87.0.’
  • 129) ‘But at the same time, the last three seasons with Scott in the team still saw us fall away as the campaign drew to an end.’
  • 130) ‘Yes, our league form did fall away a bit but now we are back on track we can give it full focus now and look to improve our league position.’
  • 131) ‘Middlesbrough in particular have suffered this season from this very factor, falling away after a great start to the season.’
  • 132) ‘They challenged throughout the season and won the Powergen Cup before falling away towards the end of the campaign.’
  • 133) ‘By early in the second half the Ecuador international was exhausted and fell away.’
  • 134) ‘When the town fell to the epidemic of vampirism that swept the world, it must have fallen quickly.’
  • 135) ‘Despite the efforts of Washington's regulars and the massed militia, New York and its strategic harbor fell to the enemy in September 1776. ...’
  • 136) ‘Damar becomes even more angry, when he learns that Septimus III has fallen to the enemy, even though Weyoun had promised to "deal" with the situation.’
  • 137) ‘Once the bridge fell, the battle was a foregone conclusion.’
  • 138) ‘Kingdoms have fallen, battles are fought and thousands are slain.’
  • 139) ‘Two wickets had fallen in three balls, and Pakistan were delicately poised at 109 for 3.’
  • 140) ‘No more wickets fell before the close and Jaques ended unbeaten on 67.’
  • 141) ‘With the wickets falling at regular innings Crompark were back in with a chance.’
  • 142) ‘Batting first, Ashford never got started and wickets fell at regular intervals to leave the home side dismissed for a meagre 92.’
  • 143) ‘With a target of just 129 in the second innings, seven wickets fell before spinner Ashley Giles hit the winning runs.’
  • 144) ‘On this Memorial Day as we honor those who have fallen in battle in service of their country let us pray to whatever higher force in which we believe or hope that the dying stops.’
  • 145) ‘That uniform is stained with the noble blood of those who've fallen in battle for their country.’
  • 146) ‘The General was said to be battered and bruised, but was not one of the unfortunate 420000 who fell during the battle.’
  • 147) ‘The figures are the ghostly shapes of bowmen who fell during the battles of the Hundred Years' War.’
  • 148) ‘All we could do was watch on and take small satisfaction as one of them fell during the battle.’
  • 149) ‘Those that had fallen in battle were buried deep within the catacombs with their name, rank, and race carved into the stone above their urn holder.’
  • 150) ‘The brave warriors smiled upon their king as he removed his commander's helmet and donned one of a common soldier who had fallen in battle.’
  • 151) ‘To-day is Armistice Day, the day when we remember those who have fallen in battle defending our great Republic.’
  • 152) ‘Andromache is the widow of the renowned Trojan hero Hector, fallen in battle.’
  • 153) ‘It broke her heart to see such a proud and beautiful home cut down in its prime, like a brave young soldier who had fallen in his first battle.’
  • 154) ‘That fateful day, an alliance was formed between the people of the Northern Continent, and sealed with the blood of those fallen in battle.’
  • 155) ‘It began to fill with peasants and nobles, mourning for those who had fallen in battle all that way from home.’
  • 156) ‘It seemed to [previous speakers] a worthy thing that such an honor should be given at their burial to the dead who have fallen on the field of battle.’
  • 157) ‘He fell fighting the historic battle of Naushera, but not before enemy was routed.’
  • 158) ‘Napoleon III fell from power and in 1870, Hugo witnessed the siege of Paris.’
  • 159) ‘Where were you on the day Margaret Thatcher fell from power?’
  • 160) ‘Ties had been strained after the Khmer Rouge fell from power in 1979, but warmed again in the mid-1990s.’
  • 161) ‘He fell from power in 1667 and fled to France to avoid impeachment.’
  • 162) ‘Much of this distributive settlement was self-implementing, once the communist regimes fell from power.’
  • 163) ‘I immediately fell into Damin, though, because my legs had fallen asleep.’
  • 164) ‘With food and water in her stomach, Calida let the urge to fall asleep take over and she fell into a dreamless, peaceful sleep.’
  • 165) ‘At long last the day ended, and I fell into bed hoping to fall asleep quickly and refrain from thinking about the ball again.’
  • 166) ‘An existing fish pass has fallen into disrepair and is not maintained, resulting in fish finding it hard to get upriver to spawn.’
  • 167) ‘Annika let silent tears fall and stain the blanket, as she fell into a nightmare filled sleep.’
  • 168) ‘The popular column had been written for years by Jim Hamilton, who fell ill and passed away earlier this year.’
  • 169) ‘The messenger fell silent, passing his black-sealed message from hand to hand.’
  • 170) ‘Worse than all of that, though, was that she didn't even remember passing out, nor falling asleep.’
  • 171) ‘Three days have passed since Megan had fallen into what seemed to be a slight coma due to the bullet that burrowed itself deep within her shoulder.’
  • 172) ‘He was just about to fall asleep when something passed over the moon.’
  • 173) ‘If I didn't get sleep soon, I could probably either pass out or fall asleep at a really bad time.’
  • 174) ‘Galen fell silent staring out the kitchen window lost in his own world.’
  • 175) ‘Soldiers fall ill, lose their appetites, can't sleep, and have problems with memory.’
  • 176) ‘The guard threw him down to the ground and Darrius fell unconscious.’
  • 177) ‘Three Beanie Baby birthdays have fallen in the last eight days and by tonight when I was being asked to suggest presents for a lobster I confess I was feeling unhelpful.’
  • 178) ‘Night had fallen again upon the world, letting the world below fall into a gentle slumber.’
  • 179) ‘As night began to fall, he arrived at a village and all the hotels were full for the night.’
  • 180) ‘Instead, as darkness falls, groups arrive carrying shopping bags of alcohol.’
  • 181) ‘Every other year my birthday has fallen on holidays.’
  • 182) ‘We're just having a little birthday party here for a little girl whose birthday fell today.’
  • 183) ‘This would mean if Easter falls particularly early or late, which happens about two years in every 10, it would fall within term time.’
  • 184) ‘If your birthday falls between June 22nd and July 23rd you are born under the sign of Cancer, the Crab.’
  • 185) ‘It is clever, and being cocooned in a moving car while the story unfolds and darkness falls, ensure it is a memorable, even creepy experience.’
  • 186) ‘My birthday fell during that week, and I was given a deck party, which provided, for me at least, the perfect culmination of the trip.’
  • 187) ‘But she thinks she should have been able to vote even if her birthday had fallen after polling day.’
  • 188) ‘With his 14th birthday falling before the start of the new school year in August 1967, Torrance was free to quit the classroom earlier that summer.’
  • 189) ‘And the sons of Israel fell to doing what was bad in the eyes of Jehovah.’
  • 190) ‘When her mistress left her, she fell to doing her work slowly again, and sometimes she paused to listen to the talk in the bathhouse behind her.’
  • 191) ‘After graduation I fell accidentally into a job which enabled me to pursue a professional qualification.’
  • 192) ‘Some of us were born to be spies. Not me though, I sort of fell into it by chance.’
  • 193) ‘Meanwhile, I fell into teaching, probably because life has a way of guiding you into service to your fellow humans.’
  • 194) ‘I am only biased against that which is unfunny, though I suppose that my own approach falls under the banner of indie or alternative comedy, two things I am not sure even exist.’
  • 195) ‘Wald has also spoken of the need for bases to help protect oil reserves in Africa (which falls under the purview of the EUCOM).’
  • 196) ‘Prosecuting illegal aliens for entering the country falls under the jurisdiction, of course, of the U.S. federal government.’
  • 197) ‘Fingerprint recognition, which falls under a technology called biometrics, has been used for years in the corporate environment.’
  • 198) ‘Technically, this latter decision is not directly tied in with the hygiene package but I am including it here because it falls under the general heading of food safety.’
  • 199) ‘The project falls under the UW Sustainability Project.’
  • 200) ‘Criminal damage falls under Section 60 of the Crimes Ordinance and carries a maximum penalty of 10 years' imprisonment.’
  • 201) ‘Hypnosis falls under a broad category of treatments called behavioral medicine, which most people practice regularly without realizing it.’
  • 202) ‘The raise falls under the category of social allowance, which was first applied in 1987 to deal with the deterioration in public sector wages.’
  • 203) ‘If nothing else, the album instils a feeling that the band enjoys playing what they play, regardless of what genre it falls under.’
  • 204) ‘All music falls under the Gospel heading, but genres run from pop rock to Celtic, to adult contemporary, to country.’
  • 205) ‘A GMP spokesman said the crime falls under the common assault category, a conviction for which could lead up to five years in jail.’
  • 206) ‘Graham said his lawyers will oppose the extradition, which falls under the Patriot Act in the United States.’
  • 207) ‘All sites dealing in other languages do quote or translate from time to time, which falls under fair use.’
  • 208) ‘It can be said perhaps that in the private sector, which falls under the Labour Act, things conclude far quicker.’
  • 209) ‘Visa applicants are rarely told whether or not their work falls under a Visas Mantis category.’
  • 210) ‘The commentators aren't quite sure what to say, as they don't know which rule this falls under.’
  • 211) ‘His first major piece written in dodecaphonic serialism, it definitely falls under the category of Hard.’
  • 212) ‘The use of medication, most often beta blockers, falls under this source of self-efficacy.’
  • 213) ‘She said that one would naturally arrive at something falling within the scope of claim 1.’
  • 214) ‘TWO jockeys were hurt in falls and a spectator collapsed in a toilet during a North Yorkshire horse race.’
  • 215) ‘Mrs Tempest was conscious after the initial fall but later collapsed and was airlifted to Nairobi General Hospital.’
  • 216) ‘Runs up the ramp may be frantic attempts to escape, but end in falls, collapses and rolling back down.’
  • 217) ‘falling from heights and accidents involving vehicles and electricity cause most fatalities in the workplace while slips, trips and falls cause most accidents.’
  • 218) ‘Employers and staff who want advice on preventing slips, trips and falls at work can contact the division on Hull 300300.’
  • 219) ‘The majority of genuine damages claims were for slips, trips and falls.’
  • 220) ‘Along with all the new action comes the inevitable falls and bumps, which means I'm back to having to watch him closely all the time again.’
  • 221) ‘More than 10% of head injuries requiring hospitalisation amongst children come from simple trips and falls when just running around.’
  • 222) ‘And it dries much quicker, reducing the risk of slips and falls.’
  • 223) ‘Apart from slips and falls, Mr McMahon also raised the overall issue of hospital safety.’
  • 224) ‘The accident comes at a time when local authorities are trying to tackle the claims culture fed by falls and stumbles.’
  • 225) ‘Since the population has aged over the past decades, an increasing proportion of deaths from falls and accidental poisoning may be related to age and not to alcohol.’
  • 226) ‘Sudden falls, along with injuries caused by animals and fires are also counted among the main causes of children's deaths.’
  • 227) ‘Posterior rib fractures are specific evidence of non accidental injury because incidental falls and minor trauma cannot cause them.’
  • 228) ‘Stunned by the sudden fall, and exhausted by the run, they could only lie on the smooth floor and struggle for breath.’
  • 229) ‘It'd be funny if I was finally killed by something as mundane as a sudden fall and a broken neck.’
  • 230) ‘She told us of Jim's sudden accidental death by a fall from a ladder.’
  • 231) ‘Coroner Jen Leeming recorded a verdict of accidental death, saying that the fall had started a chain of events which had led to her death.’
  • 232) ‘Construction sites in York and North Yorkshire are to be assessed by health and safety inspectors to check the risk of falls from height.’
  • 233) ‘Clearly, the message of how to reduce falls from height is not yet understood by everybody working in this industry.’
  • 234) ‘They tend to be fight sequences, stair falls, motorbike stunts, very high falls and those involving pyrotechnics.’
  • 235) ‘Capoeira blends dance and combat movement and falls under the rubric of martial arts.’
  • 236) ‘If the balance was not good you would fall and since the exercises were always vigorous, a fall could seriously hurt you.’
  • 237) ‘In the beginner's class, students take almost no falls except for simple backward ukemi.’
  • 238) ‘In aikido, for example, the roll is usually an elliptical fall rather than circular.’
  • 239) ‘On the other hand, the male contestants made a successful use of risky throwing techniques involving falls of the attacking contestants.’
  • 240) ‘By taking throws time after time, one must learn how to take falls and overcome the fear of being thrown.’
  • 241) ‘So children and youth must learn the techniques of soft falls or turnovers what is developed during continuous training.’
  • 242) ‘An athlete's aim in each is to prove their control of the bout by pinning an opponent's shoulders to the mat, a move known as a fall which automatically ends a match.’
  • 243) ‘He then did a springboard senton but Hart went to count the fall but Kash pulled him out of the ring.’
  • 244) ‘Monty Brown pinned Sabu in 8: 35 in an Extreme rules match, which meant falls count anywhere.’
  • 245) ‘A fall from the ring counts as two knockdowns, with three knockdowns resulting in a loss just like a knockout.’
  • 246) ‘Armed with nothing but a camera to record the two falls, two submissions or a knockout, I shall report back to you next week from my hospital bed.’
  • 247) ‘The outcome was two falls, no submissions and a brace of yellow cards.’
  • 248) ‘Management decided it was unsafe for miners to continue working as the coalface was hit by falls of rock and debris from the roof, and flooding.’
  • 249) ‘Councillors branded it ‘diabolical’ blaming KCC for being too slow in dealing with the heavy falls of snow of January 8.’
  • 250) ‘We awoke this morning, after promises all weekend of disruptive falls of snow, to a tiny white dusting, a little more fell soon after but for now that seems to be it.’
  • 251) ‘I remember waking to fresh falls of snow, the muffled stillness, and the sense of a world transformed.’
  • 252) ‘Among the other news which did manage to squeeze its way into the paper was a report of heavy falls of snow in Wharfedale.’
  • 253) ‘At the first fall of snow, Jimmy and Gordon Todd are out clearing the roads.’
  • 254) ‘Schools and mills were closed by a heavy fall of snow, the first of the winter.’
  • 255) ‘Telegrams from various other parts of the country reported heavy falls of snow during the night and it was feared young lambs and early vegetation had suffered considerably.’
  • 256) ‘Shanghai had several light falls of snow with the lowest temperature recorded in the downtown area reaching 4.6 degrees below zero.’
  • 257) ‘Accidents took place during last weekend, due to the falls of snow and icy conditions.’
  • 258) ‘I well remember my third birthday when we had a heavy fall of snow.’
  • 259) ‘Meanwhile the locked out picket line remains in place, in spite of the onset of winter with its zero overnight temperatures, strong winds, rain, sleet, and light falls of snow.’
  • 260) ‘In the Elliot district, which it was declared a disaster area in July following heavy falls, light snow fell again yesterday.’
  • 261) ‘Thursday the weather was lousy with snow and sleet showers being forecast and some heavy falls of snow likely.’
  • 262) ‘Oh, the house was warm enough, but if there was a heavy fall of snow, it might prevent the midwife and doctor from reaching the house in time.’
  • 263) ‘He also says the cold weather has meant good falls of snow at the ski fields.’
  • 264) ‘In the high mountains, where there are large falls of snow, there can also be avalanches.’
  • 265) ‘The line outside the theater had disappeared and was slowly being replaced by a steady fall of snow.’
  • 266) ‘A few years ago the dramatic scenes of a hotel at Scarborough succumbing to cliff falls made national news.’
  • 267) ‘The sudden fall of raindrops on the ceramic shingles roused Dr. Ichiro Sato from a dreamless sleep.’
  • 268) ‘If they are able, they may slow down time itself and forestall the fall of night. If not, there is always another chance; the fall of night will bring dreams that enlighten future journeys.’
  • 269) ‘With the fall of darkness, it shuts down its solar collectors.’
  • 270) ‘There were other falls, other cascades and exciting spurts of white water in the canyon, and also quiet stretches so clear that each stone lay as if painted on the creek bed.’
  • 271) ‘The steps are crowned with statues and, again, fountains, which make them a combination of sprouting water and cascading falls.’
  • 272) ‘With water cascading down from a height of 4,500 ft. and splitting into five smaller falls, the Kempty waterfalls offers a panoramic view.’
  • 273) ‘It feels good to be among the hills once more, especially when we hike the short distance from the village up to the succession of tumbling falls known as the Cascades des Anglais.’
  • 274) ‘The water from the falls had been passing several km through dense forests, where varieties of high value medicinal plants could be found.’
  • 275) ‘It's 30 miles upriver to the falls and, as we tunnel deeper into the Devil's Canyon, the river becomes slowly more sinister, wreathed with mist olive green.’
  • 276) ‘Cascading in 30-foot tiers, the falls are accessible by trails starting from the park's visitor center.’
  • 277) ‘At the foot of the falls, we clambered out and up, past cascades and pools to the top.’
  • 278) ‘Farther west, the Columbia churned with falls and rapids.’
  • 279) ‘Flowing over mossy ledges or cascading into deep pools, these falls are well worth a weekend visit.’
  • 280) ‘However, when water level is high, the falls combine to form one gigantic fall.’
  • 281) ‘Parallel rivers fall to the Baltic Sea (Gulf of Bothnia) in rapids and falls, many of which have hydroelectric power stations.’
  • 282) ‘The captain turned the ship to the starboard side, bracing the crew for the rapids and falls ahead.’
  • 283) ‘If you can, try to visit the falls in the spring as it is ungodly hot and humid in the summer.’
  • 284) ‘Robert Keller suggests that Holmes did indeed meet his death at the falls, but came back for subsequent adventures as ‘the world's first consulting ghost’.’
  • 285) ‘Miraculously, he came out alive and unharmed downstream at the bottom of the falls.’
  • 286) ‘First he climbs up the sheer rock of the falls and builds a small dam with stones and mud.’
  • 287) ‘Then came Bell Gorge, its waters dropping 100 metres through a series of pools and falls and next the thin strip of Lennard Gorge, caught in the grip of two steep cliffs.’
  • 288) ‘Even with the roaring falls, you could still hear the sweet melody of the birds and the rustling leaves by the wind.’
  • 289) ‘The sound of the falls is more like music than like roaring water.’
  • 290) ‘When notation did appear in the 9th century, it indicated the rise and fall of the melodies without exact specification of pitches.’
  • 291) ‘After a few builds and falls, the scherzo gives way to a gorgeous, lush melody of a kind normally associated with Rachmaninoff.’
  • 292) ‘The men begin singing Shalom Aleichem, swaying with the rise and fall of the melody.’
  • 293) ‘The sweeping rise and fall of the melody settled softly into her mind.’
  • 294) ‘White hair hang in a straight fall from my head to mid-back.’
  • 295) ‘The folds of the drapery, the fall of the curtains, had been arranged and rearranged, by Adolph and Rosa, with that nicety of eye which characterizes their race.’
  • 296) ‘Originally most bearded irises had droopy falls (the petals that hang down).’
  • 297) ‘‘George’ has plum-purple petals and darker purple falls, with tiny markings of yellow and white.’
  • 298) ‘Blue-white standards with black falls and a yellow sunburst pattern circling the red beards will surely dazzle any iris lover.’
  • 299) ‘Crested irises have a comb-like crest along the lower half of the falls, instead of a beard.’
  • 300) ‘The beards are the hairs that grow in the center of the falls.’
  • 301) ‘The fall in prices would be greater than the fall not only in their wage rates but also in the overall average of wage rates.’
  • 302) ‘The dollar suffered its biggest fall against the Yen for more than a year.’
  • 303) ‘The central bank attributed the steady plunge of the gross national savings rate to a rapid fall of savings in the household sector.’
  • 304) ‘The rate of the fall was slower than the 16.2 percent plunge in June, the Economic Development Board said.’
  • 305) ‘At the same time the rate of falls eased in most southern regions, with homes in the South-West showing the first price rises since January.’
  • 306) ‘A rate fall is a good opportunity for borrowers to dust down their home loans and see whether they can save money by switching elsewhere.’
  • 307) ‘It's reported that when the Pope visits a city in the United States, the crime rate takes a dramatic fall.’
  • 308) ‘The CBI Distributive Trades Survey recently showed a fall at its fastest rate in 20 years.’
  • 309) ‘More recent reports have tended to come out with lower growth rates, although the falls of the last two years have played a small part in that.’
  • 310) ‘Essentially, the long downturn resulted from the sharp fall of the profit rate and the long time it took to recover.’
  • 311) ‘Five patients had an initial rise of CD4 and CD8 cell counts during the first week of illness, followed by a fall of both cell counts.’
  • 312) ‘Export orders, stable in the previous quarter, had declined with more firms reporting a fall than a growth in orders.’
  • 313) ‘Excessive production of any good - be it cars or shoes or bananas - means that unless new markets can be found, the price of that product falls and profits collapse.’
  • 314) ‘Recent stock market falls offered a sobering reminder of how mere economic concerns can quickly look like crises.’
  • 315) ‘Argentina's swift defeat hastened the fall of the military dictatorship and the restoration of democracy.’
  • 316) ‘The battle between Enigorio and Enigonhahetgea reminds one of the fall of Satan in Christian lore.’
  • 317) ‘He compared the fall of the Soviet Union to the rise of new media.’
  • 318) ‘We have a younger generation coming up since the fall of the shah.’
  • 319) ‘It is sixty years since the fall of the Third Reich, and the hunted monster is now a pathetic and doddering old man in his nineties.’
  • 320) ‘I've watched the spread of communism and the fall of communism, the spread of fascism and the fall of fascism.’
  • 321) ‘Omar then left Afghanistan for Pakistan after the fall of the Taliban in 2001.’
  • 322) ‘Medecins Sans Frontieres became the first major aid agency to quit Afghanistan since the fall of the Taliban.’
  • 323) ‘Professor Child's book should be read by anyone who is interested in the decline and fall of communism in East Germany.’
  • 324) ‘That development is the decline and fall of the Russian empire.’
  • 325) ‘What is presented here is a discussion of the most widely favoured explanations for Britain's imperial decline and fall.’
  • 326) ‘Are we watching the beginning of the decline and fall of the American empire?’
  • 327) ‘After the decline and fall of the Roman Empire it fell to the monasteries of Europe to preserve and pass on learning.’
  • 328) ‘Certainly, North Korean trade and production has collapsed since the fall of the USSR.’
  • 329) ‘What we found in making these selections, is that it is all too easy to moan about the decline and fall of popular culture.’
  • 330) ‘The essay might signal the decline and fall of literacy, or it might have been written by a bright kid who was bored and wanted to try something a bit different in a routine essay.’
  • 331) ‘His dramatic exit resolved the paradoxes of his life and arguably saved him a very public decline and fall.’
  • 332) ‘But Melon subjects the ladies to a graphic account of his decline and fall.’
  • 333) ‘The decline and fall of a mere meritocrat in a world of privilege is the theme of this novel.’
  • 334) ‘In the supposed rise of the extreme right, mainstream politicians imagine their own decline and fall, and their isolation from the people.’
  • 335) ‘He floats quietly but soon sinks into the water symbolizing his final moral fall.’
  • 336) ‘Resignations and falls from high office can seem a harsh fate but there is usually a considerable silver lining, as Political Editor Simon McGee reports’
  • 337) ‘No one is saying why, but his blocking skills likely have some thing to do with his sudden fall from grace.’
  • 338) ‘The author's claim that the biblical creation story associates woman with ‘inborn evil’ relies upon a Christian interpretation of the fall of Man story in Genesis, which ascribes the dogma of Original Sin to Eve's eating the apple.’
  • 339) ‘The poet, invoking the ‘Heav'nly Muse ’, states his theme, the fall of Man through disobedience, and his aim, which is no less than to ‘justifie the wayes of God to men’.’
  • 340) ‘And instead of original sin leading to the fall of Man, we fear the degradation of Nature by an apparently malevolent human species.’
  • 341) ‘The human animal monster, as the traditional signifier of sin and inhumanity, reflects the internalisation of the myth of the fall of Man.’
  • 342) ‘In the biblical story, the fall of Man follows his eating from the fruit of the tree of knowledge.’
  • 343) ‘In the fall, autumn leaves will bring a change of color to the coastline.’
  • 344) ‘Mating season commonly takes place during the fall and winter seasons, but can occur at any time throughout the year.’
  • 345) ‘In addition, I'd like to wish everyone a great fall and winter season, and may the weather be good to us.’
  • 346) ‘It occurs once in the spring, the Vernal Equinox, and once in the fall, the Autumnal Equinox.’
  • 347) ‘On the farm, there is a ritual - the spring work, that of summer, the fall harvest, a winter of repair.’
  • 348) ‘Viral pneumonia occurs more often in the fall and winter than in the spring and summer.’
  • 349) ‘The leaves are used as hiding places for insects in the fall, winter and spring.’
  • 350) ‘Summer is the season when the promises of fall, winter and spring come due.’
  • 351) ‘The recording was made in the American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York City in the fall of 2002.’
  • 352) ‘Meanwhile, some new ads appeared in the New York City subways this past fall.’
  • 353) ‘We are hoping for 20,000 signatures for when we give the petition to the City this fall.’
  • 354) ‘I believe that the May 2005 election date was to stand as is, but future dates may be moved to the fall.’
  • 355) ‘Last fall, I moved away from home to attend a high school in a nearby city.’
  • 356) ‘He will have a prominent role in the campaign as we move to the fall.’
  • 357) ‘In the spring, even as the air begins to warm, the ground's frost front that began the previous fall is still moving down.’
  • 358) ‘They are one of the last warblers to leave their breeding grounds in the fall, and one of the first to return in the spring.’
  • 359) ‘In the fall, they move down in the soil, usually below the frost line, to spend the winter.’
  • 360) ‘Students returning in the fall are expected to protest the changes in multicultural affairs.’
  • 361) ‘The best time to divide day lilies is in early spring as new growth emerges or in the fall after flowering is complete.’
  • 362) ‘In the fall, remove all fallen leaves on the ground below the plants, and dispose of them.’
  • 363) ‘Early and late falls of woodcock add to the excitement of the day.’
  • 364) ‘A fall of woodcocks skimmed a tree-ringed meadow.’
  • 365) ‘When there has been a large fall of woodcock during the night, birds may be found at times in the strangest places.’
  • 366) ‘Much later we learned we had stumbled upon a fall of woodcock.’
  • 367) ‘He was returning home at noon through the gardens, when he perceived there had been a great fall of woodcock in the night.’

Examples

  • 1) The route can be walked in the summer and early autumn.
  • 2) In a good year the autumn colour can be electric.
  • 3) Move it into its final position next autumn.
  • 4) To add to that sense of the changing seasons, today is the autumn equinox.
  • 5) You should go before the hype hits, and autumn is one of the best seasons to visit.
  • 6) It's also time to view and admire potential hedge acquisitions for your garden ready for autumn and winter planting.
  • 7) This phenomenon has been known in autumn for many years, and the birds were thought to be migrants arriving or passing through.
  • 8) The impact of school disruption emerged as two teaching unions called for action this summer and autumn.
  • 9) The jacket will enable you to wear the dress through much of autumn and winter.
  • 10) The autumn season has begun strongly and could well continue that way.
  • 11) Whether you plant for autumn leaf colour alone is a matter of choice.
  • 12) The six episodes will be screened next autumn.
  • 13) The race is expected to take place in the autumn.
  • 14) She lives in autumn rather than summer.
  • 15) People have just not been buying into autumn and winter ranges.
  • 16) The autumn drama season is certainly looking up if we have more stories like this to come.
  • 17) Most of them also have a good autumn foliage colour too.
  • 18) The scheme begins in autumn of next year.
  • 19) The platform was to have been towed out of port and into place by autumn.
  • 20) One might expect a bottom by summer or autumn.
  • 21) Most of these properties are available into the autumn and winter.
  • 22) The autumn arts season is almost upon us.
  • 23) Its autumn colour will be on display from noon until dusk.
  • 24) Move your plant into more sun next autumn and learn to watch the weather.
  • 25) The float is expected to take place this autumn.
  • 26) The Scottish referendum is tabled for the autumn the year after.
  • 27) It will return in the autumn for its final 12-week run.
  • 28) On a chilly autumn day last year China launched two men into space.
  • 29) It was only a dress rehearsal for this weekend's final autumn international.
  • 30) Experts say this year 's autumn display is more colourful and prolonged because of the wet summer.
  • 31) This means he could map out a successor in little over a year, after one more key autumn and winter seasons of shows.
  • 32) INSTEAD of moving bank holidays, just give us extra ones in the autumn and winter.
  • 33) This last view of baseball in autumn is nothing new.
  • 34) The leaf the idle wind shakes down in autumn from the tree,
  • 35) "If these Bayern are the real deal, the word autumn champions might just take on a whole new meaning," predicted Abendzeitung eerily.
  • 36) The dying of the light in the autumn is a particularly bad spot, often.
  • 37) But the real haute couture story of this autumn is a young British designer who is about to transform the highly traditional world of Italian shoes.
  • 38) In stating that "the fashionable flag under which to fly this autumn is the F-word", Glover is correct that fairness will remain a central political battleground.
  • 39) The chicadees are gathering about the houses again; these birds are resident with us through the year, but we seldom see them in summer; until the month of June they are often met fluttering about the groves near at hand, but from that time until the autumn is advancing, perhaps you will not see one.
  • 40) He thus strangely forgets that what we call autumn is springtime in the southern hemisphere (_Astronomy of the Ancients_, p. 511).
  • 41) North America I'm from the UK, and North Americans share three names for their seasons with us (Winter, spring and summer), but what we call autumn is called the Fall, what are the origins of this?
  • 42) And I've decided that 'autumn' is a much more pleasant and pretty sounding and looking word than 'fall' is.
  • 43) ‘All trials were conducted in the autumn of 1996, and summers and autumns of 1997 and 1998, during the dry season characteristic of the region.’
  • 44) ‘Come autumn, the leaf colour warms up, becoming singed with red, a real treat to witness.’
  • 45) ‘He said it was given to her in the autumn of 1997, with a copy kept for the company's files.’
  • 46) ‘Romania has hot summers, cool autumns, and cold winters with snow and winds.’
  • 47) ‘From the start of the autumn term in September, she will be deputy head teacher at Headlands.’
  • 48) ‘She said a holiday booked in the autumn of one year might be taken the following autumn.’
  • 49) ‘As part of this task he travelled to the United States on a fact finding tour in the autumn of 1898.’
  • 50) ‘At 42, he is in the autumn of his career and cannot quite work out why he keeps winning.’
  • 51) ‘Only once have I seen out a full summer here, many autumns I have been away, but to date I have missed only two springs.’
  • 52) ‘It will be warmer all year round, with most of the warming taking place in the summer and the autumn.’
  • 53) ‘In the autumn of the following year I was in Dudley town centre, a place I rarely visited.’
  • 54) ‘One touring show has fallen by the wayside since the autumn season brochures were printed.’
  • 55) ‘We will soon have the main autumn leaf fall on top of this, resulting in clogged up drains.’
  • 56) ‘Colorado has the most lovely summers and autumns.’
  • 57) ‘In consequence the autumn colours are muted, just soft dusty yellows for the most part.’
  • 58) ‘In the U.K. we will have hotter springs and summers, with warm but extremely wet autumns and winters.’
  • 59) ‘Ohio wineries have discovered that their long autumns and late November freezes are ideal.’
  • 60) ‘In autumn when the leaves lie thick on the ground, these diligent workers sweep up and bag the leaves.’
  • 61) ‘Visit in late summer or autumn, though, and you will see this charming medieval city at its best.’
  • 62) ‘Limit future infections by keeping excess moisture off the foliage in the autumn and winter.’
  • 63) ‘At the autumnal equinox, the sun appears to cross the celestial equator, from north to south; this marks the beginning of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere.’
  • 64) ‘The autumnal equinox is the day when autumn begins and night and day are nearly the same length.’
  • 65) ‘The autumn Equinox marks the arrival of autumn, which will sneaking up to us this Thursday!’
  • 66) ‘The autumnal equinox is the first day of autumn and occurs when the North Pole begins to lean away from the sun.’
  • 67) ‘The seasons are Spring, Summer, autumn, and Winter, with the start of each season noted as vernal equinox, summer solstice, autumnal equinox, and winter solstice.’
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