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(1) Did she fall off the cliff by accident,or was she pushed off?
(2) I didn't just fall off the turnip truck.
(3) One slip and you could fall off the cliff.
(4) Steady! You're going to fall off that wall if you're not careful.
(5) My bicycle bell is apt to fall off when I ride too fast.
(6) Be careful not to fall off the ladder.
(7) The play seems to fall off towards the end.
(8) Be careful that you don't fall off the ladder.
(9) Fasten the chin strap or the helmet will fall off.
(10) One slip and you could fall off the building.
(11) Orders slowed[sentencedict.com], causing sales to fall off dramatically.
(12) What of quasi-science, the bits that fall off Jupiter?
(13) Horrified passengers saw Olive stumble and fall off a platform as an express roared in.
(14) In those days, the sweat would fall off my hands and I'd hear it hitting the floor.
(15) Limbs fall off trees and pin you to the ground.
(16) One of the steps are about to fall off.
(17) Words fall off by disuse.
(18) Little bits fall off the car, some trifling part has been improperly milled, a mechanic makes a mistake.
(19) They succumb to cramp, fall off the track or simply run wildly off course.
(20) When you are learning to ride a bicycle, you often fall off.
(21) Life is a roller coaster, you have your ups and downs unless you fall off.
(22) Put the picture up properly — we don't want it to fall off the wall.
(23) It's important to tighten up the wheels properly, otherwise they vibrate loose and fall off.
(24) Don't put that glass on the edge of the table; it might fall off.
(25) We were trotting along the lane when a car suddenly appeared from nowhere and almost made me fall off my pony.
(26) I get beautiful vines and flowers, but eventually the flowers fall off and the stems turn brown and dry up.
(27) Every day Topaz watched to see if the Sister would fall off her perch, but she never did.
(28) My ensemble fit beautifully, except for the thick leather waist belt that threatened to fall off.
(29) If any of us let go and started breathing again, one of them would fall off into a lake of mud.
(30) She felt as if some one had taken a swing at her with a sledgehammer, but didn't fall off her stool.
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