fall off

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Synonyms for fall off

come off

fall heavily or suddenly


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diminish in size or intensity


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I told last week how musician Martin Kelly paid PS510 for a classic VW toureronly for the sliding door to fall off on the M8.
HEBRON, February 7, 2016 (WAFA) - Israeli police Sunday opened fire at a Palestinian motorcyclist for refusing to stop for inspection, causing him to lose control and fall off his motorbike.
They get so long and then seem to fall off, but always regrow.
The constant stress of closing the breech, especially during live fire, loosens the screws and allows the cam to break or fall off.
That way it's the lowest friction through the water and they normally stay attached, however it is only glued on in place and to be noninvasive we glue them so that they will fall off.
The animal had to be coaxed into the sea after a fall off a cliff edge in Pembrokeshire had left it stranded in a rocky bay.
Jonny, of Alnwick, Northumberland, died seven years ago after suffering from the rare condition Epidermylosis Bullosa (EB) which causes a breakdown in the proteins which hold skin together, meaning his skin could literally fall off at the slightest touch.
Every time you fall off it makes it harder as you become tired.