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- adj. feeble; languid; inclined to faint
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Feeble; languid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Faint; feeble; languid; exhausted.
Right up until I went all woozy and fainty and found myself at work, head between my knees, crying.
I get sick if I don't eat every three hours and I feel fainty multiple times a day.
This week I've gone back to my usual diet of high carbs and chocolate, and I've been feeling really fainty.
Even in my state of fainty delirium I noticed that the first book had been renamed "and the Sorcerer's Stone" instead of "and the Philosopher's Stone" for the US readership.
Often, I will emerge feeling slightly blanched, a little bit red, and mostly a bit fainty.
And then even if I have eaten, I go to do something like clean my room and I feel like I do when I get low blood sugar, you know, all weak and shakey and fainty.
Thank you so much Laura-Ann for your email and your concern about Neil * hugs* I am slightly less worried now, well, I still think his company sucks, but I am slightly less worried about his dizzy fainty episodes, because actually I think he had a virus.
No wonder the lady felt fainty like; fear for a sweetheart, yer see.
"'Twas hearin 'so suddint like as made me come over fainty."
Gimme somethin 't'ate, mother; I be hungry an' fainty like wi 'gwaine tu far.
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