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Synonyms:

come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
swooning

Synonyms:

adjective
senseless
unfeeling, anesthetized, dull, trance-like, oblivious, senseless, callous, aloof, unconscious, insensible, insensitive, narcotic, dead, soporific, faint, insentient, blacked out, unperceptive, stupid, comatose, numb.
noun
insensibility
stupor.
swooning
light, ill, light-headed, lightheaded, sick, faint.
Examples of usage:
  1. Like me shall be the shuddering calm of night, When all the winds of the world for pure delight Close lips that quiver and fold up wings that ache; When nightingales are louder for love's sake, And leaves tremble like lute- strings or like fire; Like me the one star swooning with desire Even at the cold lips of the sleepless moon, As I at thine; like me the waste white noon, Burnt through with barren sunlight; and like me The land- stream and the tide- stream in the sea. – Poems & Ballads (First Series) by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  2. And as poor Chopin was coughing and swooning most of the time, this is scarcely surprising. – Chopin: The Man and His Music by James Huneker
  3. The swooning summer sun sank low, And all the dusty air Held breathlessly beneath his glow, So tir'd, so quiet and fair, I would not think that men could live In such glory a minute, To hate and grudge, to slay and reive Poor souls within it. – The Village Wife's Lament by Maurice Hewlett
  4. Uttering impotent threats of resistance and revenge, he fell, swooning and helpless, into the arms of the officers of the Senate who held him back. – Antonina by Wilkie Collins

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