faint

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • Finally he rose to his feet, took a few steps, and fainted dead away. Cited from The Literary World Seventh Reader, by Various
  • These images for the first time showed stars too faint to be seen by the human eye.
  • She fainted for some time, and became so ill that she became unable to speak.
  • I really thought she would have fainted as I led her out. Cited from The History of Emily Montague, by Frances Brooke
  • She must not attempt to give the faintest social colour to her visit. Cited from The Helpmate, by May Sinclair
  • It wasn't until just over away that they saw it as a faint star.
  • When at last he did look again he almost fainted with the wonder of it. Cited from A Book for Kids, by C. J. Dennis
  • He had, however, written but the first four words of it when he fainted. Cited from Punch, Vol. 159, August 11, 1920, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • Upon being told he had died only days before, she fainted.
  • Then he said the girl had not been shot at all, but had fainted. Cited from Frank Merriwell's Races, by Burt L. Standish
  • As she walked on she discovered that the child she carried in her arms had fainted. Cited from The Trials of the Soldier's Wife, by Alex St. Clair Abrams
  • Galaxies can appear faint because they are small or because they are far away.
  • Its body when viewed out of water appears to have a faint yellow colour.
  • Do you know when you fainted they were all very much frightened? Cited from The Motor Girls Through New England, by Margaret Penrose
  • Top of head with faint, dark brown or black lines.
  • The same curve also showed that there were very few faint white stars.
  • A longer exposure would show more faint colors beyond the outside red ring.
  • The inner surface has a faint green mark covering all or most of it.
  • However, the current political situation make this a faint possibility at best.
  • They are so shocked they go into a dead faint straight away.
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Meaning of faint

  • noun A spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain
  • verb Pass out from weakness, physical or emotional distress due to a loss of blood supply to the brain