The laws against heresy have fallen into desuetude in England, but while they lasted they were simply ferocious.
This fashion, Germans inform you, is falling into desuetude; but it falls slowly.
This custom was kept up until early in this century, when it fell into desuetude.
Toasts have also fallen into "desuetude" at private dinners.
But the whole history of Israel shows how utterly and how early the law must have fallen into desuetude.
No lapse of years seems to have brought a law once promulgated into desuetude.
His theology is strongly tinged with Platonism, and this may account for his falling into desuetude.
But it seems that up to the cession, these regulations had fallen into desuetude.
But to tell the truth, their part has almost fallen into desuetude.
They appear to have fallen into desuetude in the sixth century before our era.