At Her Feet He Bowed, He Fell, He Lay Down: At Her Feet He Bowed, He Fell
At her feet he bowed, he fell, he lay down: at her feet he bowed,
he fell: where he bowed, there he fell down dead.
-- Old Testament
-- Judges v, 27
He fell out of the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down.
Why, he's no fun, he fell right over!
Father was coming up the stairs with five gallons of elderberry wine, and he slipped and fell clear down into the basement.
Fortunately, he didn't spill a drop--he kept his mouth closed....
He didn't drop the bat. It fell out of his hand.
He fell into a vat of pudding mixture and was found battered to death. -- Kenneth Horne
SCARABEE, n. The same as scarabaeus. He fell by his own hand Beneath the great oak tree.
He'd traveled in a foreign land. He tried to make her understand The dance that's called the Saraband, But he called it Scarabee....
A man took his wife deer hunting for the first time.
After he'd given her some basic instructions, they agreed to separate and rendezvous later....
CORPORAL, n. A man who occupies the lowest rung of the military ladder.
Fiercely the battle raged and, sad to tell, Our corporal heroically fell!...
He smote them hip and thigh. -- Old Testament -- Judges v, xv, 8