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fall in

fall in

verb

Definition of FALL IN

intransitive verb
1
:  to sink inward <the roof fell in>
2
:  to take one's proper place in a military formation
fall in with
1
:  to concur with <had to fall in with her wishes>
2
:  to harmonize with <it falls in exactly with my views>
3
:  to begin associating with <she fell in with a bad crowd>

First Known Use of FALL IN

1719

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