Associations to the word «Falling»

Wiktionary

FALLING, verb. Present participle of fall
FALLING, adjective. That falls or fall.
FALLING, noun. The action of the verb to fall.
FALLING ABOUT, verb. Present participle of fall about
FALLING ACTION, noun. The events of a drama after the climax (or crisis) but before the denouement (or resolution)
FALLING ASLEEP, verb. Present participle of fall asleep
FALLING BACK ON, verb. Present participle of fall back on
FALLING BACK UPON, verb. Present participle of fall back upon
FALLING BLOCK, noun. A single-shot firearm action in which a solid metal breechblock slides vertically in grooves cut into the breech of the rifle and actuated by a lever.
FALLING ILL, verb. Present participle of fall ill
FALLING IN, verb. Present participle of fall in
FALLING IN LOVE, verb. Present participle of fall in love
FALLING IN LOVE, noun. The action of the verb to fall in love.
FALLING INTO PLACE, verb. Present participle of fall into place
FALLING KNIFE, noun. (trading) A stock whose price has dropped rapidly.
FALLING OFF, verb. Present participle of fall off
FALLING ON HARD TIMES, verb. Present participle of fall on hard times
FALLING OUT, noun. (idiomatic) A rift between people or groups, often following a disagreement or quarrel
FALLING OUT, verb. Present participle of fall out
FALLING OVER, verb. Present participle of fall over
FALLING PREGNANT, verb. Present participle of fall pregnant
FALLING SHORT, verb. Present participle of fall short
FALLING SICKNESS, noun. (archaic) Epilepsy.
FALLING STAR, noun. (astronomy) A meteor.
FALLING STARS, noun. Plural of falling star
FALLING TO PIECES, verb. Present participle of fall to pieces
FALLING UNDER, verb. Present participle of fall under

Dictionary definition

FALLING, adjective. Decreasing in amount or degree; "falling temperature".
FALLING, adjective. Becoming lower or less in degree or value; "a falling market"; "falling incomes".
FALLING, adjective. Coming down freely under the influence of gravity; "the eerie whistle of dropping bombs"; "falling rain".

Wise words

Words differently arranged have a different meaning, and meanings differently arranged have different effects.
Blaise Pascal