faint

  • 41 faint — adj 1. pale, dim, distant, obscure, faded, weak, feeble, thin, faltering, trembling; low, soft, gentle, dulcet, whispered, muted, stifled, muffled; dull, indistinct, unclear, inaudible, imperceptible. 2. dizzy, Inf. woozy, vertiginous,… …

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  • 42 faint — adjective 1》 (of a sight, smell, or sound) barely perceptible.     ↘(of a hope, chance, or idea) slight. 2》 close to losing consciousness. verb briefly lose consciousness because of a temporarily insufficient supply of oxygen to the brain. noun a …

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  • 43 faint — see faint heart never won fair lady …

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  • 44 faint — feint …

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  • 45 faint — adj. Wright’s L. P. p. 25 …

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  • 46 faint — feɪnt n. swoon, temporary loss of consciousness v. temporarily lose consciousness, swoon, black out, pass out adj. weak, feeble; limp; dim; faded; fainthearted, timid …

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  • 47 faint(s) — feint(s) …

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  • 48 faint´ly — …

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  • 49 faint´er — …

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  • 50 Faint (Linkin Park) — «Faint» Сингл Linkin Park c альбома «Meteora» Выпущен 9 июля …

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  • 51 faint of heart — lacking the courage to face something difficult or dangerous usually used in the phrase not for the faint of heart This is a difficult climb that is not for the faint of heart. see also ↑fainthearted • • • Main Entry: ↑faint faint of heart see ↑ …

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  • 52 Faint-hearted — Faint heart ed, a. Wanting in courage; depressed by fear; easily discouraged or frightened; cowardly; timorous; dejected. [1913 Webster] Fear not, neither be faint hearted. Is. vii. 4. {Faint heart ed*ly}, adv. {Faint heart ed*ness}, n. [1913… …

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  • 53 Faint-heartedly — Faint hearted Faint heart ed, a. Wanting in courage; depressed by fear; easily discouraged or frightened; cowardly; timorous; dejected. [1913 Webster] Fear not, neither be faint hearted. Is. vii. 4. {Faint heart ed*ly}, adv. {Faint heart ed*ness} …

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  • 54 Faint-heartedness — Faint hearted Faint heart ed, a. Wanting in courage; depressed by fear; easily discouraged or frightened; cowardly; timorous; dejected. [1913 Webster] Fear not, neither be faint hearted. Is. vii. 4. {Faint heart ed*ly}, adv. {Faint heart ed*ness} …

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  • 55 Faint (chanson) — Faint Single par Linkin Park extrait de l’album Meteora Genre Nu metal Rap metal Format CD Producteur Don Gilmore Label …

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  • 56 faint-hearted — faint heart|ed1 [ ,feınt hartəd ] adjective not brave or enthusiastic faint hearted faint heart|ed 2 [ ,feınt hartəd ] noun not for the faint hearted HUMOROUS not appropriate for people who are easily frightened or shocked: a fairground ride that …

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  • 57 faint-hearted — faint heart·ed (fāntʹhärʹtĭd) adj. Deficient in conviction or courage; timid.   faintʹ heartʹed·ly adv. faintʹ heartʹed·ness n. * * * …

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  • 58 faint-hearted — faint heart|ed [ˌfeınt ˈha:tıd US a:r ] adj 1.) not trying very hard, because you do not want to do something, or you are not confident that you can succeed = ↑half hearted ▪ She made a rather faint hearted attempt to stop him from leaving. 2.)… …

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  • 59 faint-hearted — mid 15c., from FAINT (Cf. faint) (adj.) + HEARTED (Cf. hearted). Related: Faintheartedly; faintheartedness …

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  • 60 faint´heart´ed|ness — faint|heart|ed «FAYNT HAHR tihd», adjective. lacking courage to carry a thing through; cowardly; timid: »She had no use for her fainthearted suitor. SYNONYM(S): feeble, timorous. –faint´|heart´ed|ly, adverb. –faint´heart´ed|ness, noun …

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