befall /bɪˈfɔːl/

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I. verb [with obj.]

1.
‹literary› (especially of something bad) happen to (someone)

a tragedy befell his daughter
[no obj.]
she was to blame for anything that befell.
– origin Old English befeallan ‘to fall’ (early use being chiefly figurative); related to German befallen.

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