Definition of fall in/into line
- Several of the older companies have refused to fall in line (with the new regulations).
- It was weeks before the new prisoner fell into line.
: 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
: a length of cord or cord-like material: such as
: a comparatively strong slender cord
: to mark or cover with a line or lines
: to depict with lines : draw
: to place or form a line along
: to cover the inner surface of
: to put something in the inside of : fill
: to serve as the lining of
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