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Sentence count:66Posted:2016-07-17Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: call forcall forthon behalf offallfall tofall intobest of allfall underMeaning: v. 1. fall in love with; become infatuated with 2. be deceived, duped, or entrapped by. 
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1 She won't fall for such a stupid trick.
2 He is too smart to fall for that trick.
3 Don't fall for his tricks.
4 We must not fall for such nonsense.
5 You're too intelligent to fall for his flattery.
6 I wasn't going to take the fall for him.
7 You didn't fall for that old trick, did you?
8 He must have been pretty gullible to fall for that old trick.
9 Don't fall for the fair words of the door-to-door businessmen.
10 The senator was preparing to campaign that fall for Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern, D-S.
11 So don't fall for it - make sure it is you who calls the tune.
12 Don't fall for this but draw him out instead by providing openings.
13 You think the roadrunner's going to fall for it?
14 Mr. Hansen is apt to fall for Dick's story.
15 You must not fall for his flatteries.
16 I fall for any snow job.
17 I lied when I said I didn't like you. I lied when I said I didn't care. I lie every time I try to tell myself I will never fall for you.
18 If you tell him that it'll make him a lot of money,( he's bound to fall for the idea.
19 In spite of the awkward questions the minister never let his guard fall for a moment.
20 You're only to put the idea to him,and he'll probably fall for it at once.
21 The salesman said the car was in good condition, and I was foolish enough to fall for it.
22 We will continue to look closely at mergers in the brewing industry which fall for consideration under the fair trading legislation.
23 Tawno's so good at making love it's no wonder women fall for him like a ton of bricks.
24 Once again Charles was astonished how easily Malcolm would fall for the oldest cons in the business.
25 She grabs a pass from Sally, throws her signature head fake to see if her defender will fall for it.
26 Don't cry for a man who's left you- - the next one may fall for your smile. Mae West 
27 Mr Sugar warned that prevailing exchange rates were forcing Amstrad to raise prices, causing demand to fall for certain products.
28 The policeman should have known better than to expect Duncan to fall for a cheap trick like that.
29 The present plan is for Liddy to take the fall for everyone.
30 I thought it was all a joke, you've really got to be some schmuck to fall for that one.
More similar words: call forcall forthon behalf offallfall tofall intobest of allfall underfall back onfirst of allfall in lovefall behindfall throughfall in love with
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