Definition of fall | Unscramble fall


Scrabble & Words with Friends points

  • fall is a valid Scrabble word with a point value of 7 according to TWL06 dictionary
  • fall is a valid Words with Friends word with a point value of 9 according to ENABLE dictionary

Definition of fall

  • move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way (verb)

    Examples

    1. The barometer is falling

    Synonyms

    1. come down
    2. descend
    3. go down

  • the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions) (noun)

    Synonyms

    1. capitulation
    2. surrender

  • come into the possession of (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. accrue

  • when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat (noun)

    Synonyms

    1. pin

  • fall from clouds (verb)

    Examples

    1. rain, snow and sleet were falling

    Synonyms

    1. come down
    2. precipitate

  • lose an upright position suddenly (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. fall down

  • a sudden decline in strength or number or importance (noun)

    Examples

    1. the fall of the House of Hapsburg

    Synonyms

    1. downfall

  • fall or flow in a certain way (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. flow
    2. hang

  • fall to somebody by assignment or lot (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. light

  • a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity (noun)

    Examples

    1. when that became known the price of their stock went into free fall

    Synonyms

    1. dip
    2. drop
    3. free fall

  • a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity (noun)

    Synonyms

    1. drop

  • touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. shine
    2. strike

  • decrease in size, extent, or range (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. decrease
    2. diminish
    3. lessen

  • come as if by falling (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. descend
    2. settle

  • a downward slope or bend (noun)

    Synonyms

    1. declension
    2. declination
    3. decline
    4. declivity
    5. descent
    6. downslope

  • the season when the leaves fall from the trees (noun)

    Examples

    1. in the fall of 1973

    Synonyms

    1. autumn

  • the time of day immediately following sunset (noun)

    Examples

    1. they finished before the fall of night

    Synonyms

    1. crepuscle
    2. crepuscule
    3. dusk
    4. evenfall
    5. gloam
    6. gloaming
    7. nightfall
    8. twilight

  • a sudden drop from an upright position (noun)

    Synonyms

    1. spill
    2. tumble

  • come under, be classified or included (verb)

    Examples

    1. fall into a category

    Synonyms

    1. come

  • be inherited by (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. devolve
    2. pass
    3. return

  • a lapse into sin; a loss of innocence or of chastity (noun)

    Examples

    1. a fall from virtue

  • a movement downward (noun)

    Examples

    1. the rise and fall of the tides

  • assume a disappointed or sad expression (verb)

  • be born, used chiefly of lambs (verb)

  • be captured (verb)

  • be cast down (verb)

  • be due (verb)

    Examples

    1. payments fall on the 1st of the month

  • begin vigorously (verb)

  • come out; issue (verb)

  • descend in free fall under the influence of gravity (verb)

  • die, as in battle or in a hunt (verb)

    Examples

    1. Several deer have fallen to the same gun

  • drop oneself to a lower or less erect position (verb)

  • go as if by falling (verb)

  • lose office or power (verb)

  • lose one's chastity (verb)

    Examples

    1. a fallen woman

  • move in a specified direction (verb)

    Examples

    1. The line of men fall forward

  • occur at a specified time or place (verb)

    Examples

    1. Christmas falls on a Monday this year
    2. The accent falls on the first syllable

  • pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind (verb)

    Examples

    1. fall into a trap
    2. fall asleep
    3. fall prey to an imposter
    4. fall into a strange way of thinking

  • slope downward (verb)

    Examples

    1. The hills around here fall towards the ocean

  • suffer defeat, failure, or ruin (verb)

    Examples

    1. We must stand or fall
    2. fall by the wayside

  • the lapse of mankind into sinfulness because of the sin of Adam and Eve (noun)

  • to be given by assignment or distribution (verb)

  • to be given by right or inheritance (verb)

  • yield to temptation or sin (verb)

See definition of fall in Merriam Webster

We have unscrambled the word fall

4 letter words from fall 1 words

  • fall

3 letter words from fall 2 words

  • alf
  • all

2 letter words from fall 3 words

  • al
  • fa
  • la