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Definition of "fall into" []

  • To go into something by falling. (verb)
  • To enter something (especially a profession) without having planned it. (verb)
  • To be classified as; to fall under. (verb)

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Use "fall into" in a sentence
  • "Their counterparts may be seen today in the wild scenes of excitement so common in the religious revivals of certain sects, where the believers, under the influence of noisy, soul-stirring exhortations, become seized with religious frenzy, dance, shout, fall into cataleptic fits, and think they see visions and hear Divine assurances of being saved."
  • "My doctor and I knew that eventually I would fall into one of these autoimmune-disease categories, but meanwhile there was nothing we could do to keep my body from attacking itself."
  • "She pointed out that two-thirds of those going unscreened fall into the lower-income population."