According to everything you read on the news or on the Internet I should be just about ready to fall over dead.
A veil of ice seemed to fall over the boyish face and leave it chiseled marble.
Their friends gave them money for a little, but in the end they fall over the edge.
As we lingered, the most exquisite music began to fall over our heads, apparently from the sky, like a shower of jewels.
Not at the music, however, but I expected her to fall over and break her neck.
They should be so planted that they can fall over the stones, like the one from which the illustration (Fig. 74) was drawn.
You are fortunate to fall over just as the despatch boat was approaching you.
You see they are only made up of loose cinders and ashes which fall over outside as they are thrown up.
But surely she could not fall over this small stumbling block!
Instantly a cloud seemed to fall over the faces of all the boys, as they looked instinctively at Mr. Hawke.