fall to


Definition of fall to

intransitive verb

: to begin doing something (such as working or eating) especially vigorously often used in invitation or command

Examples of fall to in a Sentence

after some refreshments, she fell to working with renewed vigor

First Known Use of fall to

1577, in the meaning defined above

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to express emotion in a dramatic way

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