Thesaurus / swooning

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In full, exquisite exhaustion, “Avalon” examines the debris of relationships, as told from the point of view of a suave loner, all backed by plush and luscious oceans of saxophone swoon.

There’s something else to mention about the stocks’ swoon last month.

He was on the point of swooning; he saw Marius through a dazzling light.

Les MisrablesVictor Hugo

Even the roads along the valley were bordered with flowers that the sun had wooed to the swooning point.

The Tinder-BoxMaria Thompson Daviess

I will not give in to leave him swooning there and the country waiting for him to awake!

And the woman remained all pale and swooning, and on her knees with hands folded she besought Broer Adriaensen.

He lay on the ground without breath or speech, swooning with the terrible weariness that was upon him.

The dreadful steeling of her will at the very verge of swooning abysses gave an edge to her voice.

Franklin KaneAnne Douglas Sedgwick

As Lennon knelt beside the swooning girl the shrieks rang nearer.

Bloom of CactusRobert Ames Bennet

His eye darkened, as he looked back to Jacinto,—the boy was swooning where he stood.

CalavarRobert Montgomery Bird

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