Definition of Fainters
1. fainter [n] - See also: fainter
Lexicographical Neighbors of Fainters
Literary usage of Fainters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"The altitude classification examination indicates that the fainters may be ... In a large number of the fainters, the arterial blood pressure falls first, ..."
2. Popular Science Monthly (1901)
"... of the American Init. of Architecture, Author of " European Architecture," etc., and If any Architect*, fainters, ..."
3. Words; Their Use and Abuse by William Mathews (1876)
"We have an example of the thing originally indicated by the word, in the French theatres, where professional fainters are employed, whose business it is to ..."
4. The American Indian in the United States, Period 1850-1914 by Warren King Moorehead (1914)
"People went into trances by the dozen, and the priests were kept busy relating the experiences of the fainters. Several remained in trances as long as ..."
5. Woodstock: Or, The Cavalier, a Tale of the Year Sixteen Hundred and Fifty-one by Walter Scott (1887)
"He recommended that the soldiers chosen for this service should be such as could be depended upon—no fainters in spirit—-none who turn back from Mount ..."