Definition of 'false move'
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One false move and you are out. The Sun (2016) One false move and the chicken gets it! The Sun (2016) One false move and it could become ludicrous or portentous. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The realisation that one false move could have put his life in danger had me hooked. The Sun (2009) One false move on this stage could easily be your last. Times, Sunday Times (2012) One false move and the man could end his hopes of fatherhood. Times, Sunday Times (2008) One false move and the enzyme could produce rubber instead of cholesterol. Times, Sunday Times (2014) One false move and she could have done herself a distinct disservice. The Sun (2009) One false move and nature will take you with it. Times, Sunday Times (2007) One false move and it would slip off. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But one false move and it's all over. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In ice dance, one false move in the modified forward inside death spiral and the top tier is where you end up. Times, Sunday Times (2012) One false move in that set-up and you're celebrity pulp. Times, Sunday Times (2012) One false move and that's the 400 excess. Times, Sunday Times (2009) One false move and I'm done for. The Sun (2012)
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