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Things swoon often describes (“swoon ________”)
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How swoon often is described (“________ swoon”)
deep, long, dead, like, deathlike, deadly, half, wakeful, ordinary, heavy, sudden, second, deathly, fatal, ecstatic, sucklings, near, mortal, mock, momentary, final, profound, intellectual, alarming, feigned, terrible, semi, prolonged, divine, cloudy, pretended, deliberate, breathless, strange, sweet, counterfeit, delicious, blissful, temporary, partial, brief, enduring, delightful, painful, romantic, merciful, mere, remarkable, languorous, else, golden, sickly, cold, fainting, druid, deeper, dreamy, genuine, drunken, languid, death, erotic, fearful, soft, gentle, mystical, dull, magic, slight, apparent, sensual, voluptuous, fashioned, graceful, collective, prophetic, dramatic, shamed


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See swoon used in context: 63 poetry verses, 10 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, 1 Bible passage

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