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1 She swooned into his arms for joy.
2 Virtually every woman in the '20s swooned over Valentino.
3 The boy had a swoon, but soon came round.
4 Some of the fans swooned at the sight of their beloved stars.
5 The ladies shriek and swoon at his every word.
6 He's used to having women swooning over him.
7 The audience swooned with delight.
8 "It's tragic!" swoons Jeffrey in mock horror.
9 His voice slowly swooned.
10 All the girls are swooning over the new maths teacher.
11 The young girls swoon when they see their favorite pop singer.
12 Who will guarantee monthly checks if Wall Street swoons?
13 A kind of swooning,[www.Sentencedict.com] An evening prayer.
14 She is swooning at equitation.
15 In the eighth round, she faced syncope, which means a faint or swoon.
16 Its swoon in after-hours trading suggests that more high-tech market jitters may be in the offing today, however.
17 That impressionable child who had swooned and sighed and lain in bed dreaming of Jake MacKay had finally grown up with a vengeance.
18 Black women, you see, swoon over Denzel Washington and Wesley Snipes because these men are proficient at computing differential equations.
19 George Pataki have felt it necessary to lend the dignity of their offices to the national swoon this incident has provoked.
20 Lucy had the decency and zest of a boarding school prefect, the kind the Lower Third would swoon over.
21 The air was warm and swooning about my face.
22 As he , in his swooning ears,[sentencedict.com] the choir's amen.
23 This courageous gentleman and hardy soldier was near swooning from intensity of emotion.
24 To this day I can feel myself almost swooning with shame as I stood, a very small, round-faced boy in short corduroy knickers, before the two women.
25 Nansen became a celebrity the world over, the obsession of swooning ladies, and the toast of dignitaries as varied as Jules Verne and U.S. President William McKinley.
26 Now, that's romance in the traditional Chinese style. And Americans are swooning.
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