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fall off

verb

Definition of FALL OFF

intransitive verb
1
:  trend 1b
2
of a ship :  to deviate to leeward of the point to which the bow was directed

Examples of FALL OFF

  1. <the coastline falls off toward the north after you round the bay>

First Known Use of FALL OFF

1613

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