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fall out

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of fall out

  1. 1 to express different opinions about something often angrily <club members were soon falling out about how to spend the money they'd made washing cars> Synonyms altercate, argufy, bicker, brabble, brawl, controvert, dispute, argue, fight, hassle, jar, quarrel, quibble, row, scrap, spat, squabble, tiff, wrangleRelated Words challenge, dare, defy; clash, contend, contest, tangle; cavil, fuss, nitpick; consider, debate, discuss; kick, object, protestNear Antonyms coexist, get along; accept, agree, assent, concur, consent

  2. 2 to come to be <I had planned to have a sports career, but things fell out otherwise> Synonyms come out, pan out, prove, shake out, turn outRelated Words develop, emerge, evolve, germinate, play out, unfold, work out




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