Fall or fall


1To fail to keep up with somebody or something: fall _______ (6)
5The season when the leaves fall from the trees (6)
10To grow too large for something (7)
11A fast downward flow of liquid or small objects (7)
12First or earliest, and often basic (6)
15They lead people through unknown or unmapped country (6)
16State emphatically and authoritatively (7)
17An open vessel with a handle and a spout for pouring (4)
18Smile (4)
19Enduring strength and energy (7)
20A device attached to a fishing line to attract fish (4)
22Enthusiastic devotees of sports (4)
25The state of falling behind in payments (7)
27To confront somebody with a charge of having done something illegal, wrong, or undesirable (6)
28Officer in the (ceremonial) bodyguard of the British monarch (6)
31People, things, or groups entered into something (as a contest or market) (7)
32Give support or one's approval to (7)
33Fall abruptly (6)
34Fall down, as if collapsing (6)


2Spin or twist together so as to form a cord (7)
3An instance of something being encroached or intruded upon (6)
4To collapse or drop to the ground: fall ____ (4)
5A curved shape in the vertical plane that spans an opening (4)
6A soft thin (usually translucent) paper (6)
7To move in a leisurely way, especially for pleasure or because of a lack of motivation (7)
8To fall forward or tip over, or make something do this (6)
9One of the major divisions of the year (6)
13An educational speech on a subject made before an audience (7)
14Drop sharply (7)
15A storehouse for threshed grain or animal feed (7)
20They fall from trees (6)
21Performance of music or dance especially by soloists (7)
23The supreme commander of a fleet (7)
24The time in the evening at which the sun begins to fall below the horizon (6)
25Give somebody task or duty (6)
26Not often (6)
29A small island (4)
30A hole for the escape of gas or air (4)

Copyright 2007 Camadro Inc.