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  1. fall·en
    IPA[ˈfôlən]
    • 1. past participle of fall

    adjective

    • verb

      past participle of fall
    • adjective

      having sinned:

      (of a woman) regarded as having lost her honour through engaging in a sexual relationship outside marriage:

    • verb

      move downward, typically rapidly and freely without control, from a higher to a lower level:

      become detached accidentally and drop to the ground:

    • noun

      an act of falling or collapsing; a sudden uncontrollable descent:

      a controlled act of falling, especially as a stunt or in martial arts:

    • verb

      cut down (a tree):

      knock down:

    • noun

      an amount of timber cut.
    • adjective

      moving from a higher to a lower level, typically rapidly and without control:

      decreasing in number, amount, intensity, or quality:

    • verb

      past of fall
    • noun

      a hill or stretch of high moorland, especially in northern England:
    • noun

      an animal's hide or skin with its hair.
    • adjective

      of terrible evil or ferocity; deadly:
    • verb

      move from a higher to a lower level, typically rapidly and without control:

      become detached and drop to the ground:

    • noun

      an act of falling or collapsing:

      a controlled act of falling, especially as a stunt or in martial arts:

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