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There was no falloff against the 76ers as he opened the first two games with a pair of 33-point performances.

That was still less than the falloff in states that held March 17 primaries, as the economy was shutting down and voters were getting mixed information of how to move safely in crowded public places.

There was some falloff of ad revenue and we lost a few subscribers, but by and large the people stayed with us.

The unprecedented drop is rivaled only by a brief falloff that occurred in February, when winter storms forced the closure of vaccination sites and delayed shipments nationwide.

The Nats think small-sample 2020 didn’t happen or at least that it didn’t accurately document a drastic falloff from their championship year.

This eliminates most of the falloff in growth that R&R find from high debt levels.

The drop is entirely due to a falloff in employment among women.

When he reached the opposite bank, followed by the other young men, d'Assas said to him: "Say, didn't your mask falloff?"

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On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to falloff, such as: deterioration, downslide, downturn, falling-off, decrease, and descent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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