Definitions for "Fall out"
Keywords:  fell, took, trivial, stick, theorem
to be overcome with emotion. Ex. "The cats fell out when he took that solo".
What comes down after a firework has finished. In most cases just card casing and paper, but other fireworks can pose more of a hazard. Large bore cakes may contain shells with a ceramic base, and display rockets (the most dangerous fall out) can come down complete with stick, motor and casing. See the safety section for more help.
have a breach in relations; "We fell out over a trivial question"
Keywords:  dart, aiming, cricket, hitting, score
To score with a dart while aiming for another number; e.g., hitting a 16 in cricket when aiming at the 19
Slang for hitting a scoring dart while aiming for another number
"Fall Out" is the title of the controversial seventeenth and final episode of the British science fiction-allegorical series, The Prisoner, starring Patrick Mc Goohan as Number Six. It originally aired in the UK on ITV on February 4, 1968 and was first broadcast in the United States on CBS in the summer of 1968.
Rapid fading, usually of colour due to improper application or aftercare
Keywords:  rest, able, command, release, formation
the command given to release members from formation or not being able to keep up with the rest of the group (i.e., "falling out" of a formation)
Keywords:  leave
to leave.