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Critics swooned, with the Los Angeles Daily News giving it an “A” rating.

She swooned and cooed as she put them on and jumped into the pool, the drop earrings swinging like chandeliers in a storm.

Four years ago, all Obama had to do was speak and everyone swooned.

Fans swooned when the onscreen couple, known affectionately as Loulou and Chouchou, married in real life.

I saw the movie on a Sunday in a packed theater full of women in Woodland Hills who swooned and sighed and it was lots of fun.

She could have swooned, so intoxicant was her wonder and her solemn joy and her yearning after righteousness in love.

The dauphiness fell, half swooned, on the step of her praying-desk and dwelt in deadly torpor.

He lost his powers of digestion, he could not sleep, was reduced to a skeleton, and very frequently swooned away.

They gave then each other a tender caress, And swooned to the earth from of grief the excess.

There it was opposed be Jeff Davis but afther a brief dialogue with th' leader iv th' suffrageites, he swooned away.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to swooned, such as: pass out, drop, collapse, weaken, black out, and keel over.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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