fall into place


: to fit together : to make sense
The pieces of the puzzle/mystery are finally starting to fall into place.

Examples of fall into place in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web All the pieces fall into place and we’re left with one question: If cinema is dead, then why is this film so alive? Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter, 23 May 2023 Culture and experiences should have intentionally orchestrated components and the organic results will naturally fall into place. Christina Schmit, Forbes, 8 Mar. 2023 Jobs in the airline industry were competitive, but Liane Vierra said everything seemed to fall into place for McKenna after her first interview with Hawaiian Airlines. Tess Williams, Anchorage Daily News, 30 July 2021 From there, the story and emotional beats pretty much fall into place as dusty old grownups would expect. Michael Ordoña, Los Angeles Times, 30 June 2021 To overtake Jokic, Doncic, Tatum and Antetokounmpo in the MVP race, Embiid will likely need a few things to fall into place. Bryan Toporek, Forbes, 28 Jan. 2023 The shapes were starting to fall into place in my head: a portrait of Messi in those final few minutes, a man whose dream is about to come true. Rory Smith, New York Times, 21 Dec. 2022 Think of a disgusting guitar tone as an emotion unto itself and hear the rest fall into place. Globe Staff, BostonGlobe.com, 16 Dec. 2022 If all those steps fall into place, vaccinations are expected to begin in most areas June 21. Lauran Neergaard, ajc, 10 June 2022

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“Fall into place.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fall%20into%20place. Accessed 27 May. 2024.

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