fall for

  1. fall in love with; become infatuated with
    She fell for the man from Brazil
  2. be deceived, duped, or entrapped by
    He fell for her charms
    He fell for the con man's story
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How To Use fall for In A Sentence

  • When you're that kind of player, it must be so fun to play against no-marks who fall for every stepover, trick, flick and shimmy.
  • And he wasn't about fall for the trap the country bumpkins at Auburn laid for him.
  • If the above seems to create an "unfair" windfall for stockholders or short term diminution of tax revenues, raise the capital gains rates. Al Checchi: Government's Travels
  • Programmers, the technologically innovative subclass of the creative, theoretically have it better: information technology remains a seller's market, with companies reporting an ongoing recruiting shortfall for IT new hires.
  • But please, please do not again fall for the blandishments of peer pressure without asking why.
  • If you think I'd fall for your line, you've got another thing going, buster!
  • Now that global mobile phone sales have started to fall for the first time ever, producers may well have to turn predator in order to win market share.
  • I still want him to fall for me afterward - should I just wear something regular, something that shows off my figure, dress up, or go grunge?
  • The old illustrator never let his pupils fall for the pathetic fallacy, that empty barrels are lonely.
  • While it is absurd to think the public would fall for something so outlandish as to say that one of the building blocks of life is a poison, you must remember that many agreed to ban water under it's scientific name dihydrogen monoxide. WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
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