Noun(1) a spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain
Verb(1) pass out from weakness, physical or emotional distress due to a loss of blood supply to the brain
(1) Several girls practically swoon from the sight of him, and to tell you the truth I can't help but stare at him myself.(2) teenagers swoon over Japanese pop singers(3) It's great that we swoon over the relationships we see in romantic comedies and cheesy sitcoms, but real life isn't like that.(4) He had never met a woman who wouldn't swoon at the sight or mention of death.(5) The girls swoon over this tall, dark and handsome man who needs a translator.(6) Hero is publicly denounced by Claudio on her wedding day, falls into a swoon , and apparently dies.(7) I may have to revise my claims that I don't swoon over living artists to the same extent as I do the dead.(8) If ever she was to become a lady, and if ever she was to meet him again, she would treat him with coolness and set herself apart from all the foolish ladies who would swoon at the sight of him.(9) The city slicker high school boy with good looks, a girl and enough attitude to burn, appears with aforementioned bike, impresses his mates and sends the girl into a swoon .(10) With great difficulty I refrained from falling to the ground in a heart-stopping swoon and gave a little wave.(11) her strength ebbed away and she fell into a swoon(12) he found his wife in a swoon(13) women swoon over his manly, unaffected ways(14) The thought made me swoon with disbelief, so after eight songs had passed, I wasn't sure if it was the twelve cups of punch or the dance that was making me delirious.(15) All of us have watched her swoon over many different male characters in movies, and then we have watched the male characters swoon over her at least a dozen times.(16) The wheel of fashion turned full circle during London Fashion Week, with the best designers convincing audiences to swoon over collections they would have balked at this time last year.
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2. syncope ::
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4. pass out ::
5. faint ::
6. conk ::
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Different Formsswoon, swooned, swooning, swoons
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