Thesaurus / fall over

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Long curls, escaping from the nightcap which imprisons his blond head, fall over his forehead.
The man held her, as if she were a sack of wheat that might fall over.
But between us, Anita, the poor woman will fall over herself with joy.
THE SECOND LATCHKEYCHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON AND ALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON
Did you leave that blind old man alone, to wander out and fall over the bluff?
OLD KASKASKIAMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
Go by eight of these passages, and you fall over cliffs, for the path ends abruptly.
Often the sea rose up like a dead wall, and seemed as if it must fall over our deck and send us to the bottom.
Then she remembered walking into the cool, shady garden, and the dizziness which seemed to fall over her so suddenly.
DAISY BROOKSLAURA JEAN LIBBEY
Did you let fly with that club of yours, or did the old shack just take a notion to fall over on us?
PATHFINDERALAN DOUGLAS
I felt my way up the Gut and out, sliding one foot before the other so as not to fall over the sea-wall.
A POOR MAN'S HOUSESTEPHEN SYDNEY REYNOLDS
We'll spend our summers in Europe when we like and every snob and fool in New York will fall over himself to meet me.
THE FOOLISH VIRGINTHOMAS DIXON

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