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Definition of fail:

  1. Omission; failure.
  2. To desert; to disappoint; to cease or neglect to afford aid, supply, or strength; to be wanting to; not to perform.
  3. To become deficient; to cease to be abundant; to be wanting in; to decay; to sink; to become weaker; to be entirely wanting; to cease; to perish; to die; not to produce the effect; to miscarry; to be neglectful; to become insolvent or bankrupt.

Google Ngram Viewer results for fail:

This graph shows how "fail" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for fail:

  1. Any such attempt will fail –  by
  2. Nor did he fail of an opportunity. –  by
  3. In time trees became scarce in many parts of the world and men began to realize that care must be used or the supply of wood might fail them. –  by

Quotes for fail:

  1. You fail only if you stop writing.
  2. An artist cannot fail; it is a success to be one.
  3. In Japan, mothers insist on achievement and accomplishment as a sign of love and respect. Thus to fail places children in a highly shamed situation.
  4. Half the pictures directed by men of reputation fail.
  5. There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.

Rhymes for fail:

  1. ail, ale, bail, bale, braille, dail, dale, flail, frail, gael, gale, grail, hail, hale, jail, kail, kale, mail, male, nail, pail, pale, quail, rail, sail, sale, scale, shale, snail, stale, tail, tale, trail, vale, veil, wail, wale, whale, yale, calle, nale, vail, crail, cale, zale, gail, gayle, daile, dayle, gaile, kael, vaile, haile, maile, reil, balle, cail, quale, rael, raile, salle, they'll;
  2. assail, avail, bewail, carrell, curtail, derail, detail, entail, exhale, impale, inhale, jarrell, prevail, travail, unveil, surveil, cadell, cardell, carvell, gorrell, jerrell, ancell, capell, dorrell, verrell, tirrell, levell, lavell, marcell, mikael, mikhail;
  3. deverell, avenell, averell;