Taking A Header

Pronunciation of Taking A Header
/tˈe͡ɪkɪŋ ɐ hˈɛdə/, /tˈe‍ɪkɪŋ ɐ hˈɛdə/, /t_ˈeɪ_k_ɪ_ŋ ɐ h_ˈɛ_d_ə/

Synonyms for taking a header:

fall (verb)

abate, backslide, break down, buckle, cascade, cave in, collapse, crash, decline, decrease, depreciate, diminish, dip, dive, drag, droop, drop down, dwindle, ease, ebb, flag, flop, fold up, go down, gravitate, hit the dirt, keel over, land, lapse, lessen, pitch, plummet, plunge, recede, regress, relapse, settle, sink, slip, slope, slump, spin, stumble, subside, tip over, topple, totter, trail, trip, tumble, wane, be precipitated, nose-dive, take a header.

plunge (verb)

career, cast, charge, dash, descend, drive, drop, duck, fling, hurtle, immerse, jump, keel, lunge, lurch, plunk, propel, rush, sound, submerge, submerse, swoop, tear, throw, thrust, Immerge, go whole hog, belly-flop, go the limit, shoot the works, take a flyer, throw oneself.

risk (verb)

adventure, beard, brave, chance, compromise, confront, dare, defy, encounter, endanger, face, gamble, hazard, imperil, jeopardize, jeopardy, meet, menace, peril, speculate, tackle, take on, venture, wager, hang by a thread, expose to danger, put in jeopardy, be caught short, defy danger, go out of one's depth, leap before looking, leave to luck, play with fire, run the chance, run the risk, skate on thin ice, take the liberty, take a plunge.

topple (verb)

bring down, capsize, fall, falter, founder, lose it, oust, overbalance, overturn, stagger, teeter, turn over, unhorse, unseat, upset, knock down, do a pratfall, go belly up.

tumble (verb)

disarrange, disarray, disorder, disturb, down, flatten, floor, jumble, knock over, level, roll, sag, skid, spill, toss, unsettle, mess up, bowl down, fall headlong, lose footing.

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