ALL meanings of faintly

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  • adverb faintly weakly, feebly 1
  • adverb faintly almost imperceptibly 1
  • adverb faintly vaguely, indistinctly 1
  • noun faintly In a faint manner; indistinctly. 1
  • adjective faintly lacking brightness, vividness, clearness, loudness, strength, etc.: a faint light; a faint color; a faint sound. 1
  • adjective faintly feeble or slight: faint resistance; faint praise; a faint resemblance. 1
  • adjective faintly feeling weak, dizzy, or exhausted; about to lose consciousness: faint with hunger. 1
  • adjective faintly lacking courage; cowardly; timorous: Faint heart never won fair maid. 1
  • adjective faintly Law. unfounded: a faint action. 1
  • verb without object faintly to lose consciousness temporarily. 1
  • verb without object faintly to lose brightness. 1
  • verb without object faintly Archaic. to grow weak; lose spirit or courage. 1
  • noun faintly a temporary loss of consciousness resulting from a decreased flow of blood to the brain; a swoon: to fall into a faint. 1
  • adverb faintly In a faint manner; very quietly or lightly. 0
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