Blogs and music sites were swooning over this kid and his unapologetic pictures.
But it was the subtle things like his trademark side-smile or his formal “Mr. Torre” ways that had us swooning.
When we get to the theater, the ticket vendor fans herself, swooning at the sight of all the hunks.
He went on to brand her a “swooning siren” who apparently drove the general onto the rocks.
There was no one swooning, no one running up to kiss whatever Don Dario was holding.
"It is nothing," replied Lydia, who had indeed closed her eyes as if on the point of swooning.
Cyrus came, running, and between them they get the swooning Gussie to her room.
Stay me with wine, strengthen me with fruit, for I am swooning with love.
Perhaps it might be of use to recover persons from swooning.
And while the panther fell back roaring, and before it could prepare for a new spring, Taurus Antinor had seized the swooning man.
c.1300, suowne, "state of unconsciousness," probably from Old English geswogen "in a faint," past participle of a lost verb *swogan, as in Old English aswogan "to choke," of uncertain origin. Cf. Low German swogen "to sigh."
c.1200, "to become unconscious," probably from a lost Old English verb *swogan (see swoon (n.)). Related: Swooned; swooning.