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Falling For You ( falling in love; having strong feelings of love ... )

"Falling For You"

You are falling for a man or woman when you begin having strong feelings of love for that person.

Example: "We have only been dating for a week, but I am really falling for you."

Example: "When I met her, I feel for her right away."

Example: "The truth is that I have been falling for you ever since I met you."

A person can also "fall for" an animal or a thing, and have strong feelings or love for it.

Example: "When I first saw Mei, she was a tiny light-brown 8-week-old puppy, and I fell for her right away."

Falling Flat On Your Face

Falling From Grace

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