- v. Simple past of fall over.
“She came loose, making a kind of ooofffing sound as they both fell over backward in the water.”
“I dipped to a vol-piqué, but again a tentacle fell over the monoplane and was shorn off by the propeller as easily as it might have cut through a smoke wreath.”
“There he all but fell over Mrs. Love, who was kneeling by a pail at the foot of them.”
“He was by the dairy case now, and a stack of yogurts fell over inside the glass doors, as if someone had shoved them out of the way to look through.”
“Then silence fell over Scotland silence, except for John Knox's preaching about the Jezebel and her Ahab.”
“Storra screamed “barbolts!” and fell over onto her side.”
“The Ferris wheel fell over onto its side with a rending crash, the chains holding the swings to the whirligig snapped, and the carousel horses grew old and gray and withered like overripe fruit on their poles.”
“Piga! as he went out of sight and as we ran again, like hounds, we almost fell over something.”
“Strings of soot-blackened hair fell over her jawline.”
“As the aviator boy fell over dead, Kit put on his shades and chuckled.”
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