Synonyms of faint in English:

faint


See definition of faint

adjective

1‘her skirt had a faint mark or two’

SYNONYMS
indistinct, vague, unclear, indefinite, ill-defined, obscure, imperceptible, hardly noticeable, hardly detectable, unobtrusive
pale, light, faded, bleached
ANTONYMS

clear

2‘the baby gave a faint cry’

SYNONYMS
quiet, muted, muffled, stifled, subdued
feeble, weak, thin, whispered, murmured, indistinct, scarcely audible, scarcely perceptible, hard to hear, hard to make out, vague
low, soft, gentle
ANTONYMS

loud

3‘the faint possibility of his returning’

SYNONYMS
slight, slender, slim, small, tiny, minimal, negligible, remote, distant, vague, unlikely, improbable, doubtful, dubious, far-fetched
poor, outside
informal minuscule
rare exiguous
ANTONYMS

great

4‘only faint praise was offered to the management team’

SYNONYMS
unenthusiastic, half-hearted, weak, feeble, low-key
informal wishy-washy
ANTONYMS

strong

5‘I suddenly felt hot and faint’

SYNONYMS
dizzy, giddy, light-headed, muzzy, weak, weak at the knees, unsteady, shaky, wobbly, off-balance, reeling
informal woozy, woolly, woolly-headed, dopey, trembly, all of a quiver
rare vertiginous

verb

1‘he was so pale she thought he would faint’

SYNONYMS
pass out, lose consciousness, fall unconscious, black out, collapse
informal flake out, keel over, conk out, zonk out, drop, go out, go out like a light
literary swoon

noun

1‘she collapsed to the floor in a dead faint’

SYNONYMS
blackout, fainting fit, loss of consciousness, collapse
coma
literary swoon
syncope