falling[ fawl ]SEE DEFINITION OF falling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FALLING
Or he will be killed by falling stones or a treacherous blizzard.
Falling from the lips of others, they dropped with conviction into my own soul.
It was a very old man who held, or tried to hold, Andrew from falling to the floor.
She was like the falling of this starlight, pure, aloof, and strange and gentle.
I knew you would be falling in love sooner or later--only I hoped it would be later.
He's gone now, and when the black night is falling I'll have no son left me in the world.
The mercury in the barometer was falling, and so was the rain.
The rain, as if falling through a sieve, immediately disappears.
The snow was falling quietly and steadily, as it had fallen all day.
The mizzen-staysail was now set to keep her from falling off into the troughs of the sea.
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