- v. Simple past tense and past participle of swoon.
“And I repeated it; whereupon my cousin swooned again, and when she came to herself, she recited these two couplets,”
“The first time my own transgressions were revealed to me by this handy gizmo, I nearly swooned from the shame, but we needn’t discuss that.”
“Perhaps this is why the word "swooned" is so apt: "His soul swooned slowly as he heard the snow falling faintly through the universe and faintly falling, like the descent of their last end, upon all the living and the dead.”
“Those were the days when women wept facilely, "swooned," inhaled hartshorn, calmed themselves with sal volatile, and even went into hysterics upon slight provocation.”
“Iris's great-grandmother might have "swooned" under such circumstances -- not so Iris, who fainted simply because of the strain imposed by failure to eat the queer fare provided by De Sylva and his associates.”
“In the book, Jesus just "swooned" from being whipped, he said.”
“Samantha Ronson deejayed and girls "swooned" over him.”
“In that article, at the very least, we learned that Onsen More Magazine recently asked 150 of their readers to test nearly 200 new fall makeup products and here's what they "swooned" over: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Nail Color Many of us notice when our hair doesn't look good or doesn't feel good but are we really aware of what our hair is trying to tell us?”
“We "swooned" at the fact that he was named as one of the hot hunks under 25 in the previous post so this cover just shows why he deserves to be in that group.”
“NEW YORK— Delta Air Lines 's shares swooned to a 20-month low Monday, but options traders showed conviction that the stock can rise higher over the next two months.”
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