fall out of love


: to no longer feel romantic love for someone

Examples of fall out of love in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The Fabelmans, his next movie, is the semi-autobiographical story of a boy growing up in suburban Arizona, falling in love with cinema while his parents, played by Paul Dano and Michelle Williams, fall out of love with each other. A.a. Dowd, Vulture, 14 June 2022 Then fall out of love by seeing way too much of each other. Vulture, 8 Mar. 2023 Slowly, Ballerini and Fletcher’s characters seem to fall out of love with their respective partners and learn how to cope with being on their own. Tomás Mier, Rolling Stone, 6 Jan. 2023 When the former arrives at Wragby Hall, the Midlands estate that her husband, Clifford (Matthew Duckett), has just inherited, she’s begun to fall out of love with him and with her privileged life. Shirley Li, The Atlantic, 3 Dec. 2022 Based on the novel of the same name by Patricia Highsmith, Deep Water finds former real-life couple Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas as a married couple who fall out of love with other and begin playing mind games—with deadly consequences. Evan Romano, Men's Health, 23 Feb. 2022 But people fall out of love all the time. Washington Post, 28 June 2021

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“Fall out of love.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fall%20out%20of%20love. Accessed 25 Jun. 2024.

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