Two and a half pages are filled with the crossing, and yet he falls through the ice.
Antony fails and falls through excess of lust; Lear through trust in men, and Timon through heedless generosity.
During the second second it falls through a distance of forty-eight feet, and during the third second a distance of eighty feet.
Frosty weather is the best for snow-shoe travelling, as the snow is fine and dust-like, and falls through the net-work.
The paddy that falls through is taken and stored in the loft in large round bins made of bark.
I slip the paper in the slit and poke till it falls through on the other side of the door.
A sort of sending a delinquent to Coventry exists, but falls through when the matter has blown over.
You ought to see the light of the October moon, as it falls through a roof of leafless limbs in some silent piece of woods.
If it falls through, and you find the horse still on your hands, there is no need to mention its association with the omnibus.
I've tried for two years to get this, and if it falls through now, I shall find it hard to bear.'