Definition of come/fall apart at the seams
- The plan/company is falling apart at the seams.
- She looks like she's going to come apart at the seams.
: to descend freely by the force of gravity
: to hang freely
: to drop oneself to a lower position
: the act of falling by the force of gravity
: a falling out, off, or away : dropping
: the season when leaves fall from trees : autumn
: of, relating to, or suitable for autumn
: at a little distance
: away from one another in space or time
: as a separate unit : independently
: separate, isolated
: holding different opinions : divided
: the joining of two pieces (as of cloth or leather) by sewing usually near the edge
: the stitching used in such a joining
: the space between adjacent planks or strakes of a ship
: to join by sewing
: to join as if by sewing (as by welding, riveting, or heat-sealing)
: to mark with lines suggesting seams
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