One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘let's not fall out over silly things’
quarrel, argue, row, fight, have a row, have a fight, squabble, bicker, have words, disagree, differ, have a difference of opinion, have a disagreement, be at odds, clash, wrangle, get into conflict, get into a dispute, cross swords, lock horns, be at loggerheads, be at each other's throats
informal scrap, argufy, go at it hammer and tongs, argy-bargy
archaic altercate, chop logic
Scottish archaic threap
2‘the soldier fell out without permission’
move out of formation, move out of line, get out of line, get out of formation
stand at ease
3‘it fell out that we lost’
happen, occur, come about, take place, turn out, chance, arise, befall, result
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