Idioms with FALL

fall short
to not reach a desired amount or standard
The results fell short of our expectations.

fall flat
to not be funny or entertaining
All of his jokes fell flat.

fall in line
to start to do what you are told or required to do
If you can persuade him, the others will soon fall in line.

fall into place
to become clear or easy to understand
With the new evidence, things began falling into place.

fall into the wrong hands
to become controlled by the wrong person or group
We don’t want this document falling into the wrong hands.