fall off

  1. come off
    This button had fallen off
  2. diminish in size or intensity
  3. fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly
    The real estate market fell off
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How To Use fall off In A Sentence

  • She crawled away from him so fast he was afraid she would go too far and fall off the bed.
  • He's so ugly his smile makes leaves fall off trees, grass wither and die, and animals flee in terror.
  • We would ride so far and so long when I was a kid, that I would fall asleep horseback and fall off.
  • Life is a roller coaster, you have your ups and downs unless you fall off.
  • Digital display board and step - by - step motor make function stability, precision height , consumption of materials fall off.
  • The railing on the porch looks like it is going to fall off.
  • After a few hours, the skin splits again and a black hook grabs hold of the silk button, whilst the legs, mouth and antennae also fall off leaving the chrysalis. The Majestic Monarch Butterfly
  • A matted clump of gray streaked blond hair sat on his head, looking like it should fall off as he leaned over and stared down at me.
  • If bony tissue is not palpable, the application of a ligature around the pedicle allows the digit to fall off.
  • Steady! You're going to fall off that wall if you're not careful.
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