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falcon a bird with long, powerful wings and a hooked beak. Falcons are related to hawks. They hunt other animals for food during the day.
fall to drop downward from a higher place; descend. [10 definitions]
fall asleep to begin the process of sleep.
fall back on to have another choice if something does not work out; resort to.
fall behind to not keep up with; lag behind.
fallen past participle of "fall." [3 definitions]
fall in love to begin to have strong feelings of romantic love (often followed by "with").
fallout the radioactive particles that fall from a nuclear explosion.
fallow plowed but not planted with seeds. [2 definitions]
fall under to be put or classed in a group as; included in.
false not true or not correct. [3 definitions]
falsehood a lie.
falter to move, speak, or act in a way that is not sure or not steady; stumble. [2 definitions]
fame the condition of being well known or respected by a great number of people.
familiar known by many people; easily recognized. [3 definitions]
family a group made up of a parent or parents and their children. [5 definitions]
family room a large room in which a family gets together to relax, talk, or play games.
famine a great lack of food over a wide area.
famished suffering from very great hunger; starved.
famous recognized or liked by the public.
fan1 a device that is waved back and forth with the hand to cool the face or body. [3 definitions]