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To fall flat


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To fall flat means to not be funny and not to cause amusement whatsoever; it can also mean to cause no interest.

Sample Usage

1. Sanjay insisted on entertaining the party crowd with witty one-liners, but all his attempts fell flat.

2. The Finance Minister’s budget speech fell flat as it had nothing positive for the common man.


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