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Princeton's WordNet

  1. faint, swoon, syncope, deliquium(verb)

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

    Synonyms:
    syncopation, faint, syncope, deliquium

  2. faint, conk, swoon, pass out(verb)

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

    Synonyms:
    pass away, perish, stall, black out, conk, croak, decease, give out, cash in one's chips, kick the bucket, give-up the ghost, drop dead, zonk out, exit, pop off, buy the farm, faint, die, choke, pass, expire, snuff it, pass out, go, distribute, hand out

Wiktionary

  1. swoon(verb)

    to faint, to lose consciousness

    Synonyms:
    pass out, faint, black out

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. swoon

    Stupor is a condition of the body in which the action of the senses and faculties is suspended or greatly dulled — weakness or loss of sensibility. The apathy of disease is a mental affection, a state of morbid indifference; lethargy is a morbid tendency to heavy and continued sleep, from which the patient may perhaps be momentarily aroused. Coma is a deep, abnormal sleep, from which the patient can not be aroused, or is aroused only with difficulty, a state of profound insensibility, perhaps with full pulse and deep, stertorous breathing, and is due to brain-oppression. Syncope or swooning is a sudden loss of sensation and of power of motion, with suspension of pulse and of respiration, and is due to failure of heart-action, as from sudden nervous shock or intense mental emotion. Insensibility is a general term denoting loss of feeling from any cause, as from cold, intoxication, or injury. Stupor is especially profound and confirmed insensibility, properly comatose. Asphyxia is a special form of syncope resulting from partial or total suspension of respiration, as in strangulation, drowning, or inhalation of noxious gases.

    Synonyms:
    apathy, asphyxia, coma, fainting, insensibility, lethargy, stupefaction, stupor, swooning, syncope, torpor, unconsciousness

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. swoon(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    faint, faint away

  2. swoon(n.)

    Synonyms:
    syncope, fainting, fainting fit

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How to use swoon in a sentence?

  1. John Praveen:

    I think of (tech's recent swoon) as profit-taking rather than driven by change in the fundamental factors, the fundamentals are still positive for the sector.

  2. Dan Gelber:

    When Marco Rubio speaks, young women swoon, old women faint and toilets flush themselves, this guy is really good. Marco is instinctive. He is also very, very disciplined.

  3. Charles 'Mr. Go Hard' Scott:

    The way I move about a room will make a BROOM gasp and swoon


Translations for swoon

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  • omdlítCzech
  • ohnmächtig werden, Ohnmacht, in Ohnmacht fallenGerman
  • desmayarse, desvanescerse, desmayo, desvanecerseSpanish
  • pyörtyäFinnish
  • s'évanouirFrench
  • neulScottish Gaelic
  • svenire, spasmoItalian
  • hauaitu, hauhauaituMāori
  • zwijmelen, bezwijming, flauwvallen, bezwijmenDutch
  • desmaio, desmaiarPortuguese
  • обморок, падать в обморок, упасть в обморок, потерять сознание, потеря сознания, терять сознаниеRussian
  • nesvesticaSerbo-Croatian
  • svimma, svärma, svimning, svimningsanfall, vara i extasSwedish
  • మూర్ఛTelugu

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