that cannot be clearly perceived by the senses; indistinct; not intense in colour or sound or smell
(of physical abilities) lacking strength; likely to lose consciousness, giddy
(of actions, etc.) weak; unlikely to have much effect
lose consciousness unexpectedly
act or state of fainting
"a faint outline"
"the wan sun cast faint shadows"
"the faint light of a distant candle"
"a faint hissing sound"
"a faint aroma"
"a weak pulse"
"a dim figure in the distance"
"only a faint recollection"
"shadowy figures in the gloom"
"saw a vague outline of a building through the fog"
"a few wispy memories of childhood"
"damning with faint praise"
"a feeble voice"
"suddenly felt faint from the pain"
"was sick and faint from hunger"
"felt light in the head"
"a swooning fit"
"light-headed with wine"
"light-headed from lack of sleep"
"a faint clue to the origin of the mystery"
"haven't the faintest idea"
"faint heart ne'er won fair lady"
Bent forward..as though putting his head down to ward off a faint.
出自： E. Crispin
We wear feint smiles over our tears and deceive our children.
The sky shone..fainting down to the fretted line, but was being steadily drained by the dark below.
出自： E. Bowen
The P.M. went to France to bolster up the fainting French morale.
出自： J. Colville
Water its foliage as well as the soil, or you may..find your basil has 'fainted.'
出自： D. Hall
误 His wife is fainted at the news.
正 His wife fainted at the news.