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Synonyms for fell

Synonyms for fell

to bring down, as with a saw or ax

showing or suggesting a disposition to be violently destructive without scruple or restraint

the skin of an animal

Synonyms for fell

the dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal)

seam made by turning under or folding together and stitching the seamed materials to avoid rough edges


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the act of felling something (as a tree)

cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow

sew a seam by folding the edges

(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering

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3 : to become lower (as in degree or value) <The temperature fell ten degrees.
He didn't look like he fell from anywhere,'' said Danelo, who viewed his brother's naked body following his death.
Davids Lad - fell Spot The Difference - fell Djeddah - fell Ad Hoc - brought down.
Inebriate cases typically did well in the institution but fell back into old habits after leaving.
Warning: Unless you know about undercuts and wedges, don't try to fell large trees yourself.
These follow-up telephone calls to fallers asked what the patients were doing when they fell and whether they fell to the floor, hit an object, or were injured.
7 percent in Bristol County, to $300,000, and fell in the other four, with Kent County (5.
Every year, the limbs are falling more,'' Homer Johnson, a 54-year resident of Elkwood Street, said Friday, as he examined a limb -- as big around as a cantaloupe and as long as a yacht -- that fell near his curb a few nights earlier.
2 percent (mainly because of another sharp decline in motor vehicles), and the production of industrial and other equipment fell 0.
Although the resident who fell down the stairs in the Begandy case had allegedly been left unattended, the court held that the alleged wrong did not pertain to a specific personal right or benefit under the statute, which included "rights of privacy, private communications, civil and religious liberties, financial care, basic medical care, courteous treatment, [and] freedom from mental and physical abuse.
Ader presented The boy who fell over Niagara Falls in 1972 at Art & Project; then the props were reduced to the Reader's Digest at the Kabinett fur Aktuelle Kunst in Bremerhaven (documentary photographs show Ader seated next to a moderne table and gallery filing cabinets).
A cottage industry in fake stones sprang up in Siena soon after the meteorites fell.
When it was removed, she fell from her wheelchair three times, and a Posey-type vest restraint was employed.
BOSTON -- The median sale price of single-family homes and condos in Connecticut each fell in October, marking the first time in nine years both have slipped simultaneously.
Three of the final five dance pairs fell, four of the final 10, allowing Belbin and Agosto to parlay their smooth and elegant Latin-themed routine into a move from sixth place to second heading into tonight's free dance.