35 adverbs to describe how to faint

Beaumont fainted outright, as I found afterward, for he had been badly mauled.

The house was tall, the skylight small and dirty, the day blind with fog; and the light that filtered down to the ground story was exceedingly faint, and showed dimly on the threshold of the shop.

When I judged, from the sounds below stairs, that my little servant had breakfast ready, I went down and forced myself to eat; for I was feeling deathly faint, and knew I needed food.

The blue hills of the offing, the nearer pine grove, and even the ranch-house itself were fixed stars, far away and sending merely faint suggestions of their splendors to his not very bright eyes.

The poor girl fainted repeatedly on passing the dead bodies of her companions.

Then she conveniently fainted.

If you will read the novels of that time, you will find that the heroine faints on the slightest provocation or weeps copiously, like Amelia in Vanity Fair, whenever the situation demands a grain of will-power or of common-sense.

When he saw what had happened, he telephoned to Doctor Waram and then lay down on the couchapparently fainted there, for he did not speak until Doctor Fenton came.

But with the rubbing out of other distinctions this, too, was curiously faint.

It began with lengthy prayers in the dining-room, so lengthy that Avery feared that Mrs. Lorimer would faint ere they came to an end.

I feel no great pain, At least, I think I do not; yet I feel sensibly I grow extreamly faint: how cold I sweat now!

The day before, Herbert had been frightfully faint and exhausted by the morning's attack of fever, but had been so still ever since that there was a shade of hope that the recurrence might not take place; and this hope grew stronger, when Jenny came into the outer room to say that the usual time for the fever was passing so quietly in a sort of sleep that Dr. Worth seemed to think rally possible, if only there was no fresh access.

Greely fainted after being carried to the wardroom of the Thetis.

But ev'n for half a dozen Cans of good Wine, That I may drink my will out: I faint hideously.

The boys at work at their desks were now almost imperceptibly faint.

It was gitting quite late, and the moon was just gone down, so, when she stepped on the bridge, and he came out afore her, she gave one shriek, and like to have fainted intirely.

I was sick at heart and literally faint with fear when this knowledge was forced in upon me, for I knew only too well how idle would be all the promises of St. Leger if the savages were inclined to massacre the prisoners that were surrendered on promises of fair treatment.

He listened with greater pleasure to her voice than to his own or any other, but he watched the smallest diminution of its powerthe faintest evidence of failing strengthand released her instantly, most anxious for her health and safety, then and always.

People rarely, if ever, faint while making an exertion.

The composite portraits consist, as was explained, of numerous superimposed pictures, forming a cumulative result in which the features that are common to all the likenesses are clearly seen; those that are common to a few are relatively faint and are more or less overlooked, while those that are peculiar to single individuals leave no sensible trace at all.

He smiled in replythat faint, baffling smile.

But to-day women seldom faint or weep in literature; they play tennis or row.

And still he neither looked at, nor spoke to her; and therefore, because she could bear the silence no longer, she spokein a voice that sounded strangely faint, and far-away, and that shook and trembled in spite of her.

"Upon my word, I don't know, unless he put it on while I was stupidly fainting.

He successfully fainted when he heard of his son's death, 1120 A.D. His reign closed in 1135, when Stephen, a grandson of the Conqueror, with the aid of a shoe-horn assumed the crown of England, and, placing a large damp towel in it, proceeded to reign.

35 adverbs to describe how to  faint  - Adverbs for  faint