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Sentence count:152Posted:2016-07-17Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: all toofall throughfail toaltogetherfallappeal tobe useful tofall for
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1 Sometimes it takes a good fall to really know where you stand.
2 Sometimes it takes a really big fall to know where you stand.
3 The temperature tonight will fall to seven degrees Celsius.
4 Temperatures could fall to minus eight tonight.
5 One slip and you could fall to your death.
6 The force of gravity makes things fall to earth.
7 Jenny let the note fall to the ground.
8 Temperatures will fall to a minimum of 10 degrees.
9 Tonight the temperature will fall to 3 degrees below freezing.
10 He's worried the business will fall to pieces without him.
11 Do you wear your old clothes until they fall to pieces?
12 They feared that the mummy would fall to pieces when they cut it open.
13 Their marriage began to fall to pieces after only a few months.
14 They've let that lovely old house fall to pieces around them.
15 The mountains fall to the east to the flat expanse of the plateau.
16 They feard that the mummy would fall to pieces when they cut it open.
17 She let him stumble and fall to his knees.
18 When temperatures fall to freezing,( they're ready to go.
19 The extra sugar will fall to the bottom. 49.
20 They fall to the deck silent when struck.
21 Many of the decisions will fall to personal tastes.
22 If so, the union collapses and wages fall to the competitive level.
23 The dollar could fall to about 104 yen by the end of this month, he added.
24 The Board of Supervisors passed an ordinance last fall to allow the new procedure.
25 Inflation was projected to fall to 8.9 percent from its current official level of 23 percent.
26 And the other matters that fall to the conveyancer to arrange will remain unchanged.
27 The people may safely be trusted to hear everything true and false, and to form a correct judgment,Were it fall to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers of newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter. 
28 It is a land of immense potential, but it could easily fall to pieces. Debt forgiveness would be a start.
29 Straighten both legs and stretch right out of your hips; straighten the spine and let your chin fall to your chest.
30 All trees are stripped bare, and the sky turns to mud, clouds fall to the ground breathlessly churning.
More similar words: all toofall throughfail toaltogetherfallappeal tobe useful tofall foras a result ofall thatfall intofall underall the timebest of alland all thatall the sameall the morefull-timefall back onat all timesfirst of allfall in lovefall behindall throughpull throughfall in love with
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