GNU Webster's 1913
- v. to begin.
“Ever since the people of Anderith chose the Order over freedom, he had known in his heart that the New World was going to fall to the Order.”
“This is as likely to fall to the Chaplain as to any other officer, as seen by the following order detailing Chaplain Allensworth for this duty, the amount receipted for being $7,000.”
“Impaired in strength during the weak government of Charles VI, Austria seemed ready to fall to pieces under the force of the shock.”
“So Mr. Lee and I to our office, and there walked till Mr. W.de and one Evett his guide did come, and W. Griffin, and a porter with his picke-axes, &c.; and so they walked along with us to the Tower, and Sir H. Bennet and my Lord Mayor did give us full power to fall to work.”
“The mirror was fracturing into glittering crazy-paving, about to fall to pieces.”
“Sebastien Galy , a currency strategist at Société Générale, this time last year—while also at a different bank—was arguing the euro needed to fall to parity with the dollar in order to make peripheral economies like Greece more competitive.”
“Carefully removing the blood-soaked scrunchie, she allowed her hair to fall to her shoulders, then parted back sections of it, sure that she would find a deep gash.”
“They were the first to fall to at meal-time, the last to have a hand in the cooking; the first to dive for a slim delicacy, the last to discover they had added to their own another man's share.”
“Custer was one of these young men too, and though as yet commanding a brigade under Merritt, his gallant fight at Trevillian Station, as well as a dozen others during the summer, indicated that he would be equal to the work that was to fall to him when in a few weeks he should succeed Wilson.”
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