from The Century Dictionary.
- Slightly faint.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Slightly faint; somewhat faint.
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- adjective Somewhat
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Then, with a faintish, but angry voice, begone from my door! —
I accepted, for I was ready to sink; and then I sat up in a chair a little, though very faintish: and they brought me two candles, and lighted a brushwood fire; and said, if I called, I should be waited on instantly; and so left me to ruminate on my sad condition, and to read my letter, which I was not able to do presently.
We had that Queen baton thingy today, and sorry for being such a spoil sport, but i think i was really low on glucose, and felt really faintish.
I had many many headaches and blocked noses, I felt very faintish.
I thought you were such a strong woman, not faintish like that.
I grew weak and faintish, and sat down on a bench to collect myself and consider the awful situation. what will they do?
He felt faintish, and perhaps conscience was whispering for the last time.
Feeling faintish, she got her smelling-salts and cologne and lay down on the couch.
Davie felt faintish, and sat down on the shoe-box.
"Oh, look us over, and see for yourself," said Pickering, beginning to feel faintish, and as if he would like to sit down.