faintness

Faintness vs Heaviness - What's the difference?

faintness | heaviness | Related terms |

Faintness is a related term of heaviness.


As nouns the difference between faintness and heaviness

is that faintness is the property of being or feeling faint while heaviness is the state of being heavy; weight, weightiness, force of impact or gravity.

Debility vs Faintness - What's the difference?

debility | faintness | Related terms |

Debility is a related term of faintness.


As nouns the difference between debility and faintness

is that debility is a state of physical or mental weakness while faintness is the property of being or feeling faint.

Languor vs Faintness - What's the difference?

languor | faintness | Synonyms |

Languor is a synonym of faintness.


As nouns the difference between languor and faintness

is that languor is (uncountable) a state of the body or mind caused by exhaustion or disease and characterized by a languid feeling: lassitude while faintness is the property of being or feeling faint.

Decrepitude vs Faintness - What's the difference?

decrepitude | faintness | Related terms |

Decrepitude is a related term of faintness.


As nouns the difference between decrepitude and faintness

is that decrepitude is decrepitude, decay while faintness is the property of being or feeling faint.

Infirmity vs Faintness - What's the difference?

infirmity | faintness | Related terms |

Infirmity is a related term of faintness.


As nouns the difference between infirmity and faintness

is that infirmity is feebleness, frailty or ailment, especially due to old age while faintness is the property of being or feeling faint.

Weakness vs Faintness - What's the difference?

weakness | faintness | Related terms |

Weakness is a related term of faintness.


As nouns the difference between weakness and faintness

is that weakness is (uncountable) the condition of being weak while faintness is the property of being or feeling faint.

Feebleness vs Faintness - What's the difference?

feebleness | faintness | Related terms |

Feebleness is a related term of faintness.


As nouns the difference between feebleness and faintness

is that feebleness is the quality or state of being feeble; debility; infirmity while faintness is the property of being or feeling faint.

Faintness vs Goneness - What's the difference?

faintness | goneness |


As nouns the difference between faintness and goneness

is that faintness is the property of being or feeling faint while goneness is the state or quality of being gone, ie no longer present.

Faint vs Faintness - What's the difference?

faint | faintness |


As nouns the difference between faint and faintness

is that faint is the act of fainting while faintness is the property of being or feeling faint.

As an adjective faint

is lacking strength; weak; languid; inclined to swoon; as, faint with fatigue, hunger, or thirst.

As a verb faint

is to lose consciousness caused by a lack of oxygen or nutrients to the brain, usually as a result of a suddenly reduced blood flow (may be caused by emotional trauma, loss of blood or various medical conditions).