Definition of Swooners

1. Noun. (plural of swooner) ¹



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Definition of Swooners

1. swooner [n] - See also: swooner

Lexicographical Neighbors of Swooners

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

Literary usage of Swooners

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

1. The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities by John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles (1859)
"Two or three fainted with the heat it occasioned, and shutters sufficient could not have been found to convey the expectant swooners to more airy places, ..."

2. The Roman Breviary: Reformed by Order of the Holy Oecumenical Council of Trent by Catholic Church, John Patrick Crichton-Stuart Bute (1879)
"... in that they have no ears for the word of truth. They foam at the mouth also, and pine away with folly. For it is the way with idiota, and swooners, ..."

3. An American's London by Louise Closser Hale (1920)
"And now little boys and girls buried in the crowds for hours were being disinterred and lifted up on fathers' shoulders, and the swooners began to take ..."

4. An American's London by Louise Closser Hale (1920)
"... up on fathers' shoulders, and the swooners began to take notice. The buzz grew louder, but I would not flap it, away, for I knew now that it was not a ..."

5. The Historical Magazine (1859)
"Two or three fainted with the heat it occasioned, and shutters sufficient could not have been found to convey the expectant swooners to more airy places, ..."

6. The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities by John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles (1859)
"Two or three fainted with the heat it occasioned, and shutters sufficient could not have been found to convey the expectant swooners to more airy places, ..."

7. The Roman Breviary: Reformed by Order of the Holy Oecumenical Council of Trent by Catholic Church, John Patrick Crichton-Stuart Bute (1879)
"... in that they have no ears for the word of truth. They foam at the mouth also, and pine away with folly. For it is the way with idiota, and swooners, ..."

8. An American's London by Louise Closser Hale (1920)
"And now little boys and girls buried in the crowds for hours were being disinterred and lifted up on fathers' shoulders, and the swooners began to take ..."

9. An American's London by Louise Closser Hale (1920)
"... up on fathers' shoulders, and the swooners began to take notice. The buzz grew louder, but I would not flap it, away, for I knew now that it was not a ..."

10. The Historical Magazine (1859)
"Two or three fainted with the heat it occasioned, and shutters sufficient could not have been found to convey the expectant swooners to more airy places, ..."

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