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Adverb
In, or to, a very small quantity or degree
“His voice issued faintly from within.”
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In soft tones
“Maria called his name faintly.”
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Scarcely (used to qualify a statement by saying that it is true to an insignificant degree)
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Gently, delicately or softly
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Adverb for feeling dizzy and close to losing consciousness
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“I was sorting clothes in the basement when I started feeling faint, then dizzy and extremely sick.”
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Adverb for weak or lacking in strength
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“The old folks were looking faint after a long haul flight.”
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Adverb for lacking in intensity, vividness or brightness
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“The sun rose gracefully and gilded the glorious hillsides with faint light.”
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Adverb for not clearly understood or visually perceived
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“As I get closer, there's a faint gleam behind the stained-glass windows of the 13th-century abbey.”
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Adverb for very slight or small in terms of probability
“This gave us faint hopes of a release, but the wind springing up as we had anticipated soon extinguished them.”
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Adverb for lacking conviction or force
“I made an indirect joke about him consuming solids, which resulted in a faint smile from Quentin.”
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Adverb for not in good health
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Adverb for not perceptible, not detectable, too small in magnitude to be observed
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(of a mixture or effect) Adverb for delicately complex and understated
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Adverb for done or made with care and precision
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(of climate or weather) Adverb for not aggressive or violent in nature
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Adverb for lacking full energy, effort, commitment, or resolve
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Adverb for fearful, afraid, timid
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Adverb for suffering or dying from hunger
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Adverb for as a ghost, similar to a ghost
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Adverb for having a sense of vagueness, insubstantiality, or incongruousness
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Adverb for weak or feeble in quality or condition
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Adverb for not likely to happen, be done, or be true
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Adverb for inconspicuous
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(of something abstract) Adverb for perceived only with attention to detail or subtlety
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Adverb for dead or apparently dead
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