Fall [noun]

Definition of Fall:

descent; lowering

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Sentence/Example of Fall:

Since the 1980s, fall weather has made California increasingly prone to fire.

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British higher education had feared a sharp fall in admissions this fall.

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company is entering fall with a virtual audio production.

We spoke with Hausmann in the fall of 2019, so he was talking about the end of that year.

As summer bleeds into fall, the coronavirus remains a steady part of our lives and is likely to play a key role in how society functions for the next year.

Still, the project found large falls in vaccine confidence between 2015 and 2019 in the Philippines, Indonesia, Pakistan and South Korea.

It’s the heart of fall, which means migratory birds are flying from their summer homes to their winter habitat.

Now that the pandemic has reached the fall, companies are aiming to meet the changing needs of employees whose children are attending virtual school from home.

If you want to hike Jade Mountain, late fall and early winter are the best windows so you can avoid summer’s typhoons and winter’s snow.