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1    lacking clarity, brightness, volume, etc.  
a faint noise     
2    lacking conviction or force; weak  
faint praise     
3    feeling dizzy or weak as if about to lose consciousness  
4    without boldness or courage; timid (esp. in the combination faint-hearted)  
5    not the faintest (idea or notion)   no idea whatsoever  
I haven't the faintest     
      vb   intr  
6    to lose consciousness, esp. momentarily, as through weakness  
7    Archaic or poetic   to fail or become weak, esp. in hope or courage  
8    a sudden spontaneous loss of consciousness, usually momentary, caused by an insufficient supply of blood to the brain,   (Technical name)    syncope  
     (C13: from Old French, from faindre to be idle)  
  fainter      n  
  faintingly      adv  
  faintish      adj  
  faintishness      n  
  faintly      adv  
  faintness      n  
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