Definitions for fall off

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. fall off(verb)

    come off

    "This button had fallen off"

  2. slump, fall off, sink(verb)

    fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly

    "The real estate market fell off"

  3. fall off, fall away(verb)

    diminish in size or intensity


  1. fall off(Verb)

    To become detached or to drop from.

  2. fall off(Verb)

    To diminish in size, value etc.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. JellyBean:

    If the world stops spinning we will all fall off

  2. Claude Pepper:

    Life is like a bicycle you don't fall off unless you stop pedaling.

  3. John Alejandro King, a.k.a. The Covert Comic,

    Not only can you fall off the floor, you can land face first on the ceiling.

  4. Alexis González:

    We used our own sweaters to tie ourselves to the train so we wouldn't fall off.

  5. Jim White:

    Restrictive behavior becomes a mental game— forcing yourself to eat a certain way, labeling foods as good or bad, and feeling guilty if you fall off the ‘plan,’.

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