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- n. Plural form of faint.
- n. The impure spirit that comes over first (the strong faints) and last (the weak faints) in the distillation of whisky, much impregnated with fusel oil.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. The impure spirit which comes over first and last in the distillation of whisky; -- the former being called the strong faints, and the latter, which is much more abundant, the weak faints. This crude spirit is much impregnated with fusel oil.
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- He WRi eminent in the grace of knre to faints as faints*
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