Did you maybe mean falls?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gall.
“Swellings called galls sometimes appear on leaves, leafstalks, succulent shoots, or nuts of the current season's growth of hickory and pecan.”
“She went in to call the galls, and I sot thar, shiverin all over so I couldn't hardly speak if I tried to, -- but I didn't say nothin.”
“For instance, he implies that the beauty of the oak galls is something that was meant to bloom in the flower, that the galls are the scarlet sins of the tree, the tree's Ode to Dejection, yet he must have known that they are the work of an insect and are as healthy”
“So he and his colleagues began "sampling more systematically," collecting soil and bark, sap and abnormal growths called galls from trees on five continents.”
“These are called galls and are, in fact the plant's attempt to protect itself from an unusual occurrence.”
“The natural infection without doubt is caused through superficial wounds, such as galls, barbed-wire cuts, or through various stable utensils, harness, bandages, insects, etc.”
“To quote from a past post I wrote on this subject, it's "a plant fungus called Ustilago maydis and infects an ear of corn via the ovaries and turns the kernels into tumors or 'galls' and expands them to the point of becoming mini volcanoes of erupting black pus.”
“Much as it galls me to do so, it is true and there is obviously a difference in the trend of characters between the genders.”
“In return, Beijing's support for a nuclear-armed Pakistan that sponsors terrorism against India deeply galls New Delhi.”
“One of the things that really galls me about Dems these days is just how easily they let Repubs seize control of the dialogue and what a crappy job they do of fighting back.”
Looking for tweets for galls.