fall away[ fawl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fall away
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All the agitation and turmoil of the last few months seemed to fall away from him.
But suddenly, at a point where it fringed a meadow, it seemed to fall away.
Perhaps she was so, and only the pains of death made her seem to fall away.
His interest in her began to grow, his reserve to fall away.
They fitted him no longer; they began to fall away from him.
If you follow his advice the difficulties will fall away, because he wants the railway.
Condescend, noble Piso, to name me to her, and entreat her not to fall away from her Greek.
Mind that you do not fall away from the ball when the club is about to come into contact with it.
See them in their true light and their power will fall away from them.
We speak as man to man, and I know you are not likely to fall away from me.