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free from severity or violence, as in movement

so lacking in strength as to be barely audible

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small in degree, especially of probability

a temporary loss of consciousness

to suffer temporary lack of consciousness

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a spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain

pass out from weakness, physical or emotional distress due to a loss of blood supply to the brain

deficient in magnitude

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lacking clarity or distinctness

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lacking strength or vigor

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weak and likely to lose consciousness

indistinctly understood or felt or perceived

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lacking conviction or boldness or courage

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In an effort to educate people about fainting and its link to heart health, STARS and Medtronic collaborated to launch the Take Fainting to Heart campaign to encourage people to take fainting seriously and urge those who have fainted to talk with a doctor to investigate the cause of their fainting episodes.
I remember sitting on a horse and thinking, 'Gosh, this is what you feel like before you faint,' and then I fainted," Contactmusic quoted her as telling Britain's The Independent newspaper.
According to a KLM spokesperson, about seven passengers have fainted on flights to Toronto, Canada and Cape Town, South Africa served by Boeing 777-200ER aircraft.
The 22-year-old began to feel queasy and fainted into the arms of real- life nurses.
When Burbank High School English teacher Kim Kosach told her classes about the ban, one girl said she, too, had to be out of school for a few days when she fainted after drinking one.
The Daily Trojan, the newspaper of the University of Southern California, said: "Having cut the final part of the concert to just 'thank you', Madonna fainted backstage in sight of those who had seats way above the stage.
The pilot had reportedly fainted three times in 12 years.
Ambulance service staff wearing protective suits were scrambled to Terminal Five at around 7am following reports that six people had fainted during the British Airways flight from Newark, USA.
Her UK publicist Chris Goodman said: "She fainted at home and they took her in for observation, mainly to do with her medication to check everything was OK.
Back when Jessica was pregnant with Jack, she fainted and Madelyn had pressed the green "send" button on her cellphone, which called the last person Jessica had called.
At least eight participants fainted while they were presenting different programmes that formed part of the annual celebrations.
Platini, 55, has been suffering from flu symptoms and fainted before eating in the restaurant.
My doctor told me I'd just fainted, but three months ago the same thing happened.
Reserve quarterback Dylan Aquino has not fainted since he checked out of UCLA Medical Center a week ago and hopes to resume practice next week.