Synonyms for fall out
Antonyms for fall out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FALL OUT
Well; we, in trifling with this jingling toy, have had the ill-luck to jostle and fall out.
If only that were so to fall out, I might yet contrive to mend the wreckage of my life.
"God knows it's not the time for us to fall out," said he, with a shaking voice.
Fall out of the Young Guard, and you must serve as a Veteran.
Gee, but I wouldn't like to fall out of one of those bedroom windows!
But the plans of Marius did not fall out as he had intended.
He told me to fall out to him at a greater than orbital speed.
I implore you not to fall out with each other in this fashion.
At once he directed three dragoons to fall out and ordered them to fire.
"Falling in love" is essential, but one can fall out of love as well.
1570s in the literal sense; military use is from 1832. Meaning "quarrel" is attested from 1560s (to fall out with "quarrel with" is from 1520s).