Past form of the verb “Fall”.
v. t.) To Descend, either suddenly or gradually; to move from a higher position to a lower position
The leaves fell.
I fell down on the ice.
My grades fell greatly.
Tears fell from her eyes.
A big tree fell in the storm.
He lost his balance and fell down.
A drip of water fell from the tap.
The omelette fell splat onto the floor.
I fell and banged my head on the pavement.
She fell overboard and the sharks got her.
Daytime temperatures never fell below 80F.
Earnings per share fell 4.6 % to 3.7 pence.
He fell across the wall, twisting, face up.
The cat curled into a ball and fell asleep.
They fell into the conversation immediately.
He lost his balance and fell off his bicycle.
He took a false step and fell down the river.
She shook the bag and some coins fell out.
The injured bird fell to the ground.
Her ankle disjointed when she fell.
The boy nearly fell into the river.
He fell and hit his head on the floor.
She hurt her elbow when she fell down.