Idiom:  fall for someone

Meaning

Idiom:  fall for someone

  • to fall in love with someone

Example sentences

  • Ugh, my little sister falls for a new guy every month and we have to listen to her talk about him for hours.
  • Try not to fall for a girl just because she's beautiful—a relationship is more than just about physical attraction.
  • After we divorced, my wife fell hard for a 30 year old guy who is widowed with three young children.
  • I still haven't ever fallen for anyone. I've liked a few people but I could not call it love.
  • In our culture, it doesn't matter who you fall for because everyone's parents arrange marriages for their children.
  • I fell for a guy last summer who ended up getting engaged to my roommate two months after he came over to our place for dinner.
  • As they say, if you're going to fall for someone, you may as well fall for someone rich.


Synonyms

  • fall for someone hook, line and sinker


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