To make something fall; especially to chop down a tree. (verb)
to strike down, kill, destroy (verb)
Simple past of fall. (verb)
That portion of a kilt, from the waist to the seat, where the pleats are stitched down (noun)
An animal skin, hide (noun)
The end of a web, formed by the last thread of the weft. (noun)
To stitch down a protruding flap of fabric, as a seam allowance, or pleat. (verb)
A rocky ridge or chain of mountains. (noun)
A wild field or upland moor (noun)
Of a strong and cruel nature; eagre and unsparing; grim; fierce; ruthless; savage. (adjective)
Strong and fiery; biting; keen; sharp; pungent; clever. (adjective)
Sharply; fiercely. (adverb)
Examples of word fell
The Consumer Prices Index fell 0.2% last month - i.e. prices actually *fell*, not merely the inflation rate.
His kindness fell but hardly on the homeless, fell but hardly on the homes where the hearth was not very warm, and where the food had little fragrance; where the human faces had had no sunshine in them, but rather the leaden, blank-eyed gaze of unexpectant want.
"About this time, too, I fell in love -- yes, _fell_ in love; for I just beheld the fair object, and I was a dead man, or a new man, or anything you will.
The whole amazing war happened while sheets of rain fell from the sky.