English words and Examples of Usage

use "faint" in a sentence

I started feeling really light-headed and was worried I would faint.

Not for the faint-hearted, Caroline W from Dubai writes on TripAdvisor.

Apart from a faint fruity taste in your mouth, that was about the end of it.

His suggestion is that being part of a beta trial is not for the faint of heart.

What had seemed a red line is now very much a faint pink, if it's visible at all.

One of them may be a little faint, but still, that's a double-double rainbow.

At that point, we started hearing yelling, screams for help, very, very faint, Jamie Davis said.

But it can be a dangerous game when you’re wrong, and it’s certainly not for the faint of heart.

There's a faint tail as well, but you're unlikely to see that kind of detail with the naked eye.

After she hung up the phone, she sat on the couch for a long time, staring into the faint dusk light.

In the tall, grass near the border, the chirping of birds mixes with the faint sound of human voices.

Bright stars appear bright simply because our eyes receive more energy per second from them than from faint stars.

Some variable stars complete a cycle - bright, faint, bright - in a matter of days.

When handled or caught they make faint yelping noises.19.

During a preview screening of the film this scene caused a female usher to faint.

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