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Faint meaning and definition


In layman's terms - a feeling of weakness and dizziness

Faint Definition & Meaning

The word faint means a state of weakness or lack of strength, often followed by dizziness or lightheadedness.
When used as a verb, faint means to lose consciousness or to pass out.
As an adjective, faint means a very light color or sound.


Faint Used in a Sentence

  1. The hiker felt faint after climbing to the top of the mountain.
  2. The colors of the sunset were so faint that they almost blended into the sky.
  3. She had a faint memory of visiting the park as a child, but couldn't remember any details.
  4. The doctor warned her not to stand up too quickly, or she might feel faint.

Faint Similar Words & Phrases (Synonyms)

  1. Weak
  2. Light-headed
  3. Dizzy
  4. Feeble
  5. Indistinct

Faint Opposite Words & Phrases (Antonyms)

  1. Strong
  2. Robust
  3. Clear
  4. Energetic
  5. Vigorous


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