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Meanings of Falling-apart:

phrasal verb

To break into separate pieces

Usage examples:

Our furniture is falling apart., the deal fell apart because of a lack of money., when his wife die…

Meanings of Falling-in:

phrasal verb

If a roof or ceiling falls in, it drops to the ground because it is damaged

Usage examples:

Ten miners were trapped underground when the roof of the tunnel fell in., "company, fall in!" shout…

Falling-off

ˌfɔː.lɪŋˈɒf

Meanings of Falling-off:

noun

A gradual reduction in the price, amount, level, etc. of something

Usage examples:

Our business experienced a major falling-off when a hypermarket opened just a mile away., a falling…

Falling-out

ˌfɔː.lɪŋˈaʊt

Meanings of Falling-out:

noun

An argument

Usage examples:

Have a falling-out rachel and fi had a falling-out and now they're not speaking to each other.

Falling-star

ˌfɔː.lɪŋ ˈstɑːr

Meanings of Falling-star:

noun

A meteor

Meanings of Falling-through:

phrasal verb

To fail to happen

Usage examples:

The sale of the house fell through.

Meanings of Falloff:

noun

A decrease in something.

Usage examples:

A fall-off in work caused by the recession
phrasal verb

To become less in number, amount, or quality

Usage examples:

Production fell off last month.

Meanings of Falloffs:

noun

A decrease in something.

Usage examples:

A fall-off in work caused by the recession

Fallopian

fəˌləʊ.pi.ən ˈtʃuːb

Meanings of Fallopian:

noun

Either of the two tubes in a woman's body along which eggs travel from the ovaries to the womb

Fallout

ˈfɔːl.aʊt

Meanings of Fallout:

noun

Radioactive particles that are carried into the atmosphere after a nuclear explosion and gradually fall back as dust or in precipitation.

Usage examples:

A fallout shelter

Meanings of Fallow:

adjective

(of farmland) ploughed and harrowed but left for a period without being sown in order to restore its fertility or to avoid surplus production.

Usage examples:

Incentives for farmers to let land lie fallow
noun

A piece of fallow land.

Usage examples:

A great estate was usually divided between fallows, grazed stubble, and wheat
verb

Leave (land) fallow for a period.

Usage examples:

Fallow the ground for a week or so after digging

A pale brown or reddish yellow colour.

Usage examples:

Possible feather colours include fallows, pieds, and yellows

Fallowed

ˈfaləʊ

Meanings of Fallowed:

verb

Leave (land) fallow for a period.

Usage examples:

Fallow the ground for a week or so after digging
adjective

(of farmland) ploughed and harrowed but left for a period without being sown in order to restore its fertility or to avoid surplus production.

Usage examples:

Incentives for farmers to let land lie fallow
noun

A piece of fallow land.

Usage examples:

A great estate was usually divided between fallows, grazed stubble, and wheat

A pale brown or reddish yellow colour.

Usage examples:

Possible feather colours include fallows, pieds, and yellows

Meanings of Fallowing:

verb

Leave (land) fallow for a period.

Usage examples:

Fallow the ground for a week or so after digging
adjective

(of farmland) ploughed and harrowed but left for a period without being sown in order to restore its fertility or to avoid surplus production.

Usage examples:

Incentives for farmers to let land lie fallow
noun

A piece of fallow land.

Usage examples:

A great estate was usually divided between fallows, grazed stubble, and wheat

A pale brown or reddish yellow colour.

Usage examples:

Possible feather colours include fallows, pieds, and yellows

Fallows

ˈfaləʊ

Meanings of Fallows:

noun

A piece of fallow land.

Usage examples:

A great estate was usually divided between fallows, grazed stubble, and wheat
verb

Leave (land) fallow for a period.

Usage examples:

Fallow the ground for a week or so after digging
adjective

(of farmland) ploughed and harrowed but left for a period without being sown in order to restore its fertility or to avoid surplus production.

Usage examples:

Incentives for farmers to let land lie fallow

A pale brown or reddish yellow colour.

Usage examples:

Possible feather colours include fallows, pieds, and yellows

Falls

fɔːl

Meanings of Falls:

verb

Move from a higher to a lower level, typically rapidly and without control.

Usage examples:

Five inches of snow fell through the night
noun

An act of falling or collapsing.

Usage examples:

His mother had a fall as she alighted from a train
plural noun

A waterfall

Meanings of False:

adjective

Not according with truth or fact; incorrect.

Usage examples:

He was feeding false information to his customers

False-colours

ˌfɒls ˈflæɡ

Meanings of False-colours:

noun

A flag flown on a ship to hide which country it comes from or which side it is fighting for

Usage examples:

The attacking ship was able to get close to the enemy by flying a false flag., they were sailing un…

Meanings of False-witness:

phrase

To lie

Usage examples:

He accused his neighbour of bearing false witness against him., it was clear that her accusers had …

Meanings of Falsehearted:

adjective

Deceitful or unfaithful.

Usage examples:

Shame on you and your devious, false-hearted marketing

Falsehood

ˈfɒls.hʊd

Meanings of Falsehood:

noun

The state of being untrue.

Usage examples:

The truth or falsehood of the many legends which surround her

Meanings of Falsehoods:

noun

The state of being untrue.

Usage examples:

The truth or falsehood of the many legends which surround her

Falsely

ˈfɔːlsli

Meanings of Falsely:

adverb

Not in accordance with truth or fact; incorrectly.

Usage examples:

The police falsely accused him of murder

Meanings of Falseness:

adjective

(of things) not real, but made to look real, or (of information) not true but made to seem true in order to deceive

Usage examples:

Haban used false identification to enter france., the company presented clients with documents cont…

Falser

fɔːls

Meanings of Falser:

adjective

Not according with truth or fact; incorrect.

Usage examples:

He was feeding false information to his customers

Falsest

fɔːls

Meanings of Falsest:

adjective

Not according with truth or fact; incorrect.

Usage examples:

He was feeding false information to his customers

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