Fall-for sentence example

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  • You'd fall for him.
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  • She was doomed to fall for men unable to commit to her!
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  • He was an idiot to fall for Lilith.
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  • I could've guessed Darian would fall for you the way he followed you around.
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  • She wasn't going to fall for whatever trick they played.
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  • But I thought you'd fall for someone less … wild.
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  • I've learned your secrets well enough not to fall for your tricks again!
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  • No one who knew the crystal would fall for it, but maybe it would buy her time to figure out a better plan.
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  • However, enough people fall for them that it is still a lucrative money making fraud for the criminals.
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  • Do n't fall for their old tosh about protecting your privacy, it 's their privacy they are concerned with not yours !
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  • It's easy to fall for trends in design, but you don't want to have to replace it when it goes out of style.
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  • Consider traveling during the spring and fall for better availability and more outdoor color.
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  • So, don't automatically fall for a pet supply store owner's suggestion that your dog needs a supplement.
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  • Full Rectangle with Floral Pattern: Beach babies and snow bunnies alike will fall for this attractive floral print.
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  • Hopefully, a fish will fall for the bait and hook up.
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  • This chart is meant to give you an idea of where you fall for candidacy of laser hair removal.
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  • The last thing you want to do is fall for a lending scam.
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  • The seniors who fall for this scam don't realize that to obtain a reverse mortgage they must first speak to a HUD-approved reverse mortgage counselor, who charges no fees whatsoever.
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  • With its wide, plunging neckline, delicate seahorse design and full coverage bottom, it's hard not to fall for this distinguished one piece.
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  • Young children and the young at heart are sure to fall for this novel beach towel based on the cartoon Madagascar.
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  • Sure, short sleeves are most appropriate for warm weather, but if you come across a style that is chunky and blended with rich wool, you could throw it on over a long sleeve top or turtleneck in the fall for a luxurious look.
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  • Women can't help but fall for a guy who is appealing.
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  • When you can decode the signs guys are interested, you'll be less likely to fall for guys who are unavailable or not into you.
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  • Even so, it's easy to fall for a rooster because they tend to be interesting and brave.
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  • Many people fall for Virgos because of this very cool and detached way of viewing relationships.
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  • Applications are available in the fall for the camp running the following summer.
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  • When you're shopping for a monitor, it is easy to fall for the bundled computer deal, which includes a computer and monitor.
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  • Snowflake White: With its contrasting stitch done in a charming black and white pattern, this $26.95 pair will be easy to fall for!
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  • The only person who'll make money off this type of deal is the one who placed the ad and will receive payments from the would-be entrepreneurs who fall for the scam.
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  • Frame them to bring out next fall for a seasonal display.
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  • When it comes to exercises to eliminate belly fat, don't fall for gimmicks or the latest infomercial special.
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  • Don't fall for the theory that the higher the dosage the more weight you'll lose.
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  • Whoever you lost, you're just as scared you'll lose Jessi, if you let yourself fall for her.
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  • I understand how difficult it is to fall for someone so outside the norm, you feel like you're going crazy.
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  • In 647 the Arabs penetrated into Ifrikia, which was destined to fall for ever out of the grasp of the Romans.
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  • The administration and acreage of parks and open spaces, and their provisions for the public recreation, fall for consideration later, but some of them are notable features in the topography of London.
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  • It continued to fall for seven years more, though at a much reduced rate, and finally reached 25.12 in the year 1899.
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  • The fisheries, both fresh-water and sea, are important, and fall for consideration as an industry.
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  • Just as London, in spite of its manifold industrial interests, is hardly to be termed a manufacturing centre, so the populous district surrounding it is not to be termed an industrial district in the sense in which that term is applied to the remaining regions of dense population which fall for consideration here.
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  • Along the valley of the lower Orange rain does not fall for years together.
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  • Further, by means of such motion these actual occurrences, which are in themselves timeless, fall for an observer in a definite time - a time which becomes continuous through the partial coincidence of events.
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  • But I thought you'd fall for someone less … wild.
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  • His human side leads to fall for the elusive Elektra who by proxy is wrapped up in the evil machinations of the Kingpin.
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  • The overall stability in UK inactivity rates covers a dramatic fall for women and a dramatic rise for men.
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  • Don't fall for their old tosh about protecting your privacy, it's their privacy they are concerned with not yours!
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  • Perhaps he was really sitting on a wagon, but it might very well be that he was not sitting on a wagon but on a terribly high tower from which, if he fell, he would have to fall for a whole day or a whole month, or go on falling and never reach the bottom.
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