[faw-ler] /ˈfɔ lər/
a person or thing that .
any of various devices that operate by .
Textiles. a device for cleaning, straightening, and separating fibers during combing of worsted stock, consisting of a series of metal pins set into a rectangular bar or rod.
a logger hired to cut down trees; feller.
any device that falls or operates machinery by falling, as in a spinning machine
one that falls, esp a horse that falls at a fence in a steeplechase
(US & Canadian) a person who fells trees
noun 1. a battle site on the Maumee River, near present-day Maumee, Ohio, where a confederation of Indian tribes (Northwest Indian Confederation) was defeated by Gen. Anthony Wayne (1794): state park.
[fawl-fish] /ˈfɔlˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural fallfishes (especially collectively) fallfish. 1. a large minnow, Semotilus corporalis, of eastern North America. /ˈfɔːlˌfɪʃ/ noun (pl) -fish, -fishes 1. a large North American freshwater cyprinid fish, Semotilus corporalis, resembling the chub
- Fall forward
communications A feature of a modem protocol where two modems which fall back to a lower speed because of data corruption can later return to the higher speed if the connection improves. (2004-07-30)
noun 1. a part of a desk front, hinged at the lower end and opening out to provide a writing surface.