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fallen

[faw-luhn]
verb
1.
past participle of fall.
adjective
2.
having dropped or come down from a higher place, from an upright position, or from a higher level, degree, amount, quality, value, number, etc.
3.
on the ground; prostrate; down flat: Exhausted, the racers lay fallen by the road.
4.
degraded or immoral.
5.
(of a woman) having lost her chastity.
6.
overthrown, destroyed, or conquered: a fallen city.
7.
dead: fallen troops.

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fallen (ˈfɔːlən)
 
vb
1.  the past participle of fall
 
adj
2.  having sunk in reputation or honour: a fallen woman
3.  killed in battle with glory: our fallen heroes
4.  defeated

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fallen
c.1400, pp. adj. from fall (v.). Used figuratively for "morally ruined" by 1620s. Meaning "those who have died" attested by 1765. Fallen angel is from 1680s; fallen woman by 1820.
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