Fainted [verb]

Definition of Fainted:

lose consciousness

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Sentence/Example of Fainted:

There’s a faint gospel vibe to both these songs — they wouldn’t feel out of place in, say, a Charlie Puth collaboration — that sets the stage for everything to come.

The air starts to cool down and a trained nose can begin to smell the faint notes of mushrooms in the air.

When the electrons struck pure water ice, the researchers saw, the frozen liquid gave off a whitish glow with a faint blue-green tinge.

Entering Badlands National Park on the less-traveled Sage Creek Road is not for the faint of heart.

Our visual system can discriminate between some ten million colors and light fluxes that span about 14 orders of magnitude from faint to bright.

Machines hummed, and a faint chlorine smell provided assurance that things were being kept properly sterile.

The complexities of the quantum web are saved for last, and even with Dowling’s help, the details are not for the faint of heart.

The new display is a rare, faint phenomenon that citizen scientists have dubbed the “dunes.”

Mr. Mayne said something, but Malcolm never knew what it was, for Winifred fainted, and would have fallen had he not caught her.

I suppose I must have fainted at the shock and the pain, but the doctor says I shall be out in two or three days at the outside.