fainty

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fainty

(ˈfeɪntɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
1. (of a person) inclined to faint
2. causing faintness or sickness
References in classic literature ?
Don't do any more, if you feel fainty; leave the rest to finish it."
Trippy beats, epic strings, quirky electro-pop - all stitched together by bizarre and fainty terrifying snippets of Holmes' adventures on the streets of NYC.
In fact, the presence of phleboliths is considered by some authros to be suggestive of cavernous hemangioma.16 Vascular lesions of the adult parotid gland is considered to be rare17,18 and the cases reported in literature have been described as being vascular malformations or hemangiomas, predominantly cavernous.18 Phleboliths of head and neck vascular lesions are usually multiple, varied in size and randomly distributed,19 and appear as dense, rounded opacities in contrast to the fainty opaque, scattered shadows of salivary stones.18 However, parotid stones occurring in the parenchyma of the gland may assume similar characteristics of a phlebolith.
over again: "Are The consensus is that it was just a bug as well as me being a bit of a fainty sort of a person, so nothing to worry about.
Although she is afebrile and normotensive, she complains of feeling weak, "fainty" and sick to her stomach when assisted to a chair.
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First, Fainty claimed he doesn't bet, then suggested his eventual 6-4 favourite should be a 7-2 chance.