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fallen

[ faw-luhn ]
/ ˈfɔ lən /
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verb
past participle of fall.
adjective
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OTHER WORDS FROM fallen

un·fall·en, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for fallen

fallen
/ (ˈfɔːlən) /

verb
the past participle of fall
adjective
having sunk in reputation or honoura fallen woman
killed in battle with gloryour fallen heroes
defeated
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