Fall noun - A change to a lower state or level.
Usage example: last night's record fall in temperature was a sure sign that winter's coming, like it or not
Increase noun - Something added (as by growth).
Usage example: shortly after he turned 12, he had a sudden height increase
How words are described
|short||short fall||short increase|
|standard||standard fall||standard increase|
|many||many fall||many increase|
|simple||simple fall||simple increase|
|Other adjectives: small, actual, massive, large, big, huge, little, new, dramatic, general, minor, few, later, inevitable, sudden, resulting.|
Both words in one sentence
- When you pull your legs up or increase the body bend, you will fall faster, and when you bend your legs downwards, you will fall slower.
Source: Variable Terminal Velocity
- Attempts to increase the overall amount of sexual content in a series fall under Hotter and Sexier.
- An increase in blocks is one thing, but the fact the blocks fall insanely fast in later levels is something else.
Source: Video Game / Tube-It
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