- v. intransitive, obsolete To close (of the eyes).
- v. intransitive, obsolete To contract.
“The shining and apparently weightless drops come pattering into the may-tree with a sound of soft laughter; one alights on a white petal with a little inaudible tap; then petal and raindrop fall together down the steeps of green and white, accompanied by troops of other petals, each with her attendant drop and her passing breath of scent.”
“The corpse's arms fling themselves around the shrieking Frona Payne and hold her as they fall together on the deck ... "nor did the shrieking cease till land was made at Circle City.”
“So Vincen gets the young birds, and Mireio puts them carefully into her bodice; but they dig and scratch, and must be transferred to Vincen's cap; and then the branch breaks, and the two fall together in close embrace upon the soft grass.”
“They spread their light elastic sail; at first they move from the earth heavy and slow, they labour and beat the dense air; they form the line with wide extended wings, tip to tip, they all rise and fall together as one bird; now they mount aloft, gradually wheeling about, each squadron performs its evolution,”
Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the Country of the Chactaws; Containing An Account of the Soil and Natural Productions of Those Regions, Together with Observations on the Manners of the Indians.
“We are seventeen, high up in the tree house, high on Percs, riding out a rainstorm, content to fall together into silent, sweet lethargy, our bodies gliding away from us as our minds settle into emptiness.”
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