All faintly synonyms

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adv faintly

  • scarcely β€” barely; hardly; not quite: The light is so dim we can scarcely see.
  • casually β€” happening by chance; fortuitous: a casual meeting.
  • tenderly β€” soft or delicate in substance; not hard or tough: a tender steak.
  • moderately β€” kept or keeping within reasonable or proper limits; not extreme, excessive, or intense: a moderate price.
  • gingerly β€” with great care or caution; warily.
  • softly β€” yielding readily to touch or pressure; easily penetrated, divided, or changed in shape; not hard or stiff: a soft pillow.
  • mildly β€” amiably gentle or temperate in feeling or behavior toward others.
  • freely β€” in a free manner.
  • quietly β€” making no noise or sound, especially no disturbing sound: quiet neighbors.
  • self-thinning β€” having relatively little extent from one surface or side to the opposite; not thick: thin ice.
  • subtly β€” thin, tenuous, or rarefied, as a fluid or an odor.
  • gently β€” kindly; amiable: a gentle manner.
  • comparatively β€” in a comparative manner
  • practically β€” in effect; virtually: It is practically useless to protest.
  • seldom β€” on only a few occasions; rarely; infrequently; not often: We seldom see our old neighbors anymore.
  • barely β€” You use barely to say that something is only just true or only just the case.
  • simply β€” in a simple manner; clearly and easily.
  • somewhat β€” in some measure or degree; to some extent: not angry, just somewhat disturbed.
  • rarely β€” on rare occasions; infrequently; seldom: I'm rarely late for appointments.
  • easily β€” in an easy manner; with ease; without trouble: The traffic moved along easily.
  • delicately β€” fine in texture, quality, construction, etc.: a delicate lace collar.
  • just β€” guided by truth, reason, justice, and fairness: We hope to be just in our understanding of such difficult situations.
  • carelessly β€” If someone does something carelessly, they do it without much thought or effort.
  • indifferently β€” without interest or concern; not caring; apathetic: his indifferent attitude toward the suffering of others.
  • nimbly β€” quick and light in movement; moving with ease; agile; active; rapid: nimble feet.
  • peacefully β€” characterized by peace; free from war, strife, commotion, violence, or disorder: a peaceful reign; a peaceful demonstration.
  • readily β€” promptly; quickly; easily: The information is readily available.
  • smoothly β€” free from projections or unevenness of surface; not rough: smooth wood; a smooth road.
  • well β€” in a good or satisfactory manner: Business is going well.
  • agilely β€” quick and well-coordinated in movement; lithe: an agile leap.
  • airily β€” in a jaunty or high-spirited manner
  • breezily β€” abounding in breezes; windy.
  • daintily β€” of delicate beauty; exquisite: a dainty lace handkerchief.
  • aethereal β€” ethereal
  • flippantly β€” frivolously disrespectful, shallow, or lacking in seriousness; characterized by levity: The audience was shocked by his flippant remarks about patriotism.
  • frivolously β€” characterized by lack of seriousness or sense: frivolous conduct.
  • heedlessly β€” careless; thoughtless; unmindful: Heedless of the danger, he returned to the burning building to save his dog.
  • leniently β€” agreeably tolerant; permissive; indulgent: He tended to be lenient toward the children. More lenient laws encouraged greater freedom of expression.

adverb faintly

  • dimly β€” not bright; obscure from lack of light or emitted light: a dim room; a dim flashlight.
  • indistinctly β€” not distinct; not clearly marked or defined: indistinct markings.
  • feebly β€” physically weak, as from age or sickness; frail.
  • clear β€” Something that is clear is easy to understand, see, or hear.
  • hazily β€” characterized by the presence of haze; misty: hazy weather.
  • distantly β€” far off or apart in space; not near at hand; remote or removed (often followed by from): a distant place; a town three miles distant from here.
  • palely β€” light-colored or lacking in color: a pale complexion; his pale face; a pale child. lacking the usual intensity of color due to fear, illness, stress, etc.: She looked pale and unwell when we visited her in the nursing home.
  • silently β€” making no sound; quiet; still: a silent motor.
  • detectably β€” In a way that can be detected.
  • effortlessly β€” requiring or involving no effort; displaying no signs of effort; easy: an effortless writing style.
  • ethereally β€” In an ethereal manner.
  • lightly β€” with little weight, force, intensity, etc.; gently: to press lightly on a door bell.
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