Definition of Swooned

1. Verb. (past of swoon) ¹



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Definition of Swooned

1. swoon [v] - See also: swoon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swooned

swoe
swoes
swole
swollen
swollen-headed
swollenly
swollenness
swoln
swoltery
swomp
swone
swones
swonk
swonken
swoon
swooned (current term)
swooner
swooners
swoonier
swooniest
swoonily
swooning
swooningly
swoonings
swoons
swoony
swoop
swoop up
swooped

Literary usage of Swooned

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and His Noble Knights by Thomas Malory (1868)
"And when she was put in the earth, Sir Launcelot swooned, and lay long still, while the hermit came out and awaked him. and said, Ye be to blame, ..."

2. The Cloister and the Hearth: A Tale of the Middle Ages by Charles Reade (1864)
"There was a shout of triumph below, and the very next instant a cry of dismay; for Gerard had swooned, and, without an attempt to save himself, ..."

3. King Arthur and the Table Round: Tales Chiefly After the Old French of by William Wells Newell, Chr├ętien (1897)
"That morning among the slain had been found the shields of the Greeks ; when the men of Alexander recognized the arms of their lord, they swooned on his ..."

4. The Magazine of Poetry by Charles Wells Moulton (1891)
"I swooned, and thus awoke. SONNETS ON THE MOON. O, DISTANT land whose lips have never swelled With dulcet bird-notes to the purpled space; Whose bruised ..."

5. Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and His Noble Knights by Thomas Malory (1868)
"And when she was put in the earth, Sir Launcelot swooned, and lay long still, while the hermit came out and awaked him. and said, Ye be to blame, ..."

6. The Cloister and the Hearth: A Tale of the Middle Ages by Charles Reade (1864)
"There was a shout of triumph below, and the very next instant a cry of dismay; for Gerard had swooned, and, without an attempt to save himself, ..."

7. King Arthur and the Table Round: Tales Chiefly After the Old French of by William Wells Newell, Chr├ętien (1897)
"That morning among the slain had been found the shields of the Greeks ; when the men of Alexander recognized the arms of their lord, they swooned on his ..."

8. The Magazine of Poetry by Charles Wells Moulton (1891)
"I swooned, and thus awoke. SONNETS ON THE MOON. O, DISTANT land whose lips have never swelled With dulcet bird-notes to the purpled space; Whose bruised ..."

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