fall apartSEE DEFINITION OF fall apart
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But I'm telling you; you'll have to do something, or this whole setup of yours will fall apart.
It was brittle in the creases, and threatened to fall apart.
If the skirt is too tight around the hips the plaits will fall apart at the back.
After her marriage they seemed to fall apart as people often do, and she heard you were all dead.
The fabric he had made so carefully was ready to fall apart.
In about an hour there was an explosion and the ship appeared to fall apart.
Says we must find out what it is or the Garrison will fall apart, right away.
He patted Lingman on the shoulder—lightly, because Lingman might fall apart.
And sure enough, before they have time to fall apart they are in.
There he lay until the bones of his fellow corpse had begun to fall apart.