Definition of Falla

1. Noun. Spanish composer and pianist (1876-1946).

Exact synonyms: Manuel De Falla
Generic synonyms: Composer, Pianist, Piano Player



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Falla

Falconiformes
Falernian
Faliscan
Falkirk
Falkland
Falkland Islander
Falkland Islands
Falklander
Falklanders
Falklands
Falklands War
Falkner
Fall
Fall River
Fall of Man
Falla
Fallopian
Fallopian tube
Fallopian tubes
Fallot
Fallot's syndrome
Fallot's tetralogy
Fallot's triad
Falmouth
Falstaff
Falstaffian
Falun Gong
Fam
Fanagalo

Literary usage of Falla

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1. The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman by Laurence Sterne (1760)
"... he has a quiet one,—is falla- " cious ;—and as current as the inference " is, and as infallible as the rule appears " at ..."

2. Heart Songs Dear to the American People by Joe Mitchell Chapple (1909)
"_ __ _ _ the parch-ed flower the night's dim clouds As dew falla As sun-light To nur-ture it, to nourish it to Ere breaks, ere breaks the glo-rious life ..."

3. The New England Gazetteer: Containing Descriptions of the States, Counties by John Hayward (1857)
"The Saco River at this place fills 39 feet, divided into three falla, of 7, 16, and 16 feet respectively. The Laconia Company has a capital of $1000000, ..."

4. The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the Literature by Rufus Edmonds Shapley (1884)
"Took a glass of beer and walked up to the falla ; another glass of beer and walked under the Falls; wanted another glass of beer, but couldn't get it ..."

5. The Treasury of Botany: A Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom; with by John Lindley (1866)
"The fruit is included within the thickened persistent base of the perianth, the upper part of ,i which ultimately falla off. ..."

6. Report to the County of Lanark of a Plan for Relieving Public Distress, and by Robert Owen (1821)
"A Communication from Mr. falla, detailing the experiments of four successive years, in the cultivation of Wheat by the Spade. ..."

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