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    1. 16And he would fain have filled his belly with the husks that the swine did eat: and no

    2. 22 For God shall throw on him, and not spare, he would fain flee out of his hand

    3. 31 And yet for all this the king gaped and gazed on her with open mouth; If she laughed on him he laughed also but if she took any displeasure at him the king was fain to flatter that she might be reconciled to him again

    4. 53 Yet at the last their vessels being without victuals for that it was the seventh year and they in Judea that were delivered from the Gentiles had eaten up the residue of the store; 54 There were but a few left in the sanctuary because the famine did so prevail against them that they were fain to disperse themselves every man to his own place

    5. And the young man would fain have filled himself with the husks which the swine ate, but no one would give him anything

    6. Hadrathus sighed and answered slowly: 'My lord, it is ill to say, and I fain would say otherwise

    7. When he fain would be on the bough a-swing;

    8. [The shipmates, in their sore distress, would fain throw the whole guilt on the ancient Mariner: in sign whereof they hang the dead sea-bird round his neck

    9. Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love to show,

    10. I would fain know what she hath deserved

    11. He would fain have seen Festus, Agrippa, Bernice, and all around them, in the same happy condition

    12. He would fain add you to the number of His beloved ones

    13. Never, I suppose, shall I learn to remember, unaided, those occurrences that I fain would not forget

    14. It was very old--six centuries the guide-book said--and fain would I have gone into it; but I knew it would be locked, and did not like to disturb the parson for the key

    15. Very fain would Robin have billed and have cooed

    16. I would fain prove so

    17. Hath there been such a time--I'd fain know that--

    18. I have a speech of fire, that fain would blaze,

    19. Don Quixote at this grew desperate, but the more he drove his heels into the horse, the less he stirred him; and not having any suspicion of the tying, he was fain to resign himself and wait till daybreak or until Rocinante could move, firmly persuaded that all this came of something other than Sancho's ingenuity

    20. My God! Mine is the God of Socrates, of Franklin, of Voltaire, and of Beranger! I am for the profession of faith of the 'Savoyard Vicar,' and the immortal principles of '89! And I can't admit of an old boy of a God who takes walks in his garden with a cane in his hand, who lodges his friends in the belly of whales, dies uttering a cry, and rises again at the end of three days; things absurd in themselves, and completely opposed, moreover, to all physical laws, which prove to us, by the way, that priests have always wallowed in turpid ignorance, in which they would fain engulf the people with them

    21. Fain would I change with her, and give

    22. They are the high priests of the modern cult of perfected material and of mechanical appliances, and would fain forbid the profane from inquiring into its mysteries

    23. starving, and would fain eat something first

    24. am tired of the wines of China, and would fain taste those of Africa

    25. We made her stop: she'd fain have ridden forwards, afeard you should be uneasy

    26. Cathy would fain have taken one glance, but her father told her to come, and they walked together up the park, while I hastened before to prepare the servants

    27. ' Such was the thought, my dear Glaucon, which I would fain have uttered if it had not seemed too extravagant; for to be convinced that in no other State can there be happiness private or public is indeed a hard thing

    28. As we walked home, I would fain have enlightened my charge on the characters of the people we had quitted; but she got it into her head that I was prejudiced against them

    29. She sometimes came into the kitchen all wildered like, and looked as if she would fain beg assistance; but I was not going to disobey the master: I never dare disobey him, Mrs

    30. Joseph was fain, I believe, of the lad's removal; Hareton seemed a thought bothered; though he was more taken up with staring at Catherine than thinking of Linton

    31. When he has nothing left, must not his desires, crowding in the nest like young ravens, be crying aloud for food; and he, goaded on by them, and especially by love himself, who is in a manner the captain of them, is in a frenzy, and would fain discover whom he can defraud or despoil of his property, in order that he may gratify them?

    32. But when any sorrow of our own happens to us, then you may observe that we pride ourselves on the opposite quality--we would fain be quiet and patient; this is the manly part, and the other which delighted us in the recitation is now deemed to be the part of a woman

    33. He would fain have continued, but his knees trembled, and his heart beat so violently, and his sight became so dim, that he was forced to pause

    34. He would fain have gazed upon his gold, and yet he had not strength enough; for an instant he leaned his head in his hands as if to prevent his senses from leaving him, and then rushed madly about the rocks of Monte Cristo, terrifying the wild goats and scaring the sea-fowls with his wild cries and gestures; then he returned, and, still unable to believe the evidence of his senses, rushed into the grotto, and found himself before this mine of gold and jewels

    35. Morrel's wish also, who would fain have conveyed the old man against his consent; but the old man resisted, and cried so that they were actually frightened

    36. Heyward, who perceived that his superior took a malicious pleasure in exhibiting his contempt for the message of the French general, was fain to humor a spleen that he knew would be short-lived; he therefore, replied with as much indifference as he could assume on such a subject:

    37. Heyward was fain to wait until the verse was ended; when, seeing David relieving himself from the spectacles, and replacing the book, he continued

    38. At a little distance, Heyward discovered, and contemplated with tender emotion, the small bower under which he was fain to believe that Cora and Alice had reposed

    39. sacrifices to appearance, was fain to assume an air of indifference, equal to that maintained by the chief, who was, in truth, a near relative of the afflicted woman

    40. Anthony, a lovely face is exhibited, which we would fain follow, but from which we are separated by troops of fiends

    41. A deep-laid scheme, of communicating some important intelligence to Heyward, was driven from his recollection by an emotion which very nearly resembled fear, but which he was fain to believe was admiration

    42. Deprived of his book and his pipe, he was fain to trust to a memory that rarely failed him on such subjects; and breaking forth in a loud and impassioned strain, he endeavored to smooth his passage into the other world by singing the opening verse of a funeral anthem

    43. He was, therefore, fain to adopt a caution that in the present temper of his mind he execrated, and to listen to advice at which his fiery spirit chafed, under the vivid recollection of Cora's danger and Magua's insolence

    44. If there had been time, I should probably have ordered several suits of clothes for this occasion; but as there was not, I was fain to be content with those I had

    45. She would fain have cried to him chokingly, held out her snowy slender arms to him to come, to feel his lips laid on her white brow, the cry of a young girl's love, a little strangled cry, wrung from her, that cry that has rung through the ages

    46. But, to all these shadowy beings, so long our near acquaintances,—as well Roger Chillingworth as his companions,—we would fain be merciful

    47. I was grieved for my brother, and very much distressed to think of what had happened to blithe Dicky, as I was wont to call my nephew when he was a laddie, and I would fain have gratified the spirit of revenge in myself; but I brought to mind his roving and wanton pranks, and I counselled his father first to abide the upshot of the wound, representing to him, in the best manner I could, that it was but the quarrel of the young men, and that maybe his son was as muckle in fault as Swinton

    48. Like the prophet on the top of Peor, Izz Huett would fain have spoken perversely at such a moment, but the fascination exercised over her rougher nature by Tess's character compelled her to grace

    49. Tess would fain not have conversed with Marian of the man who was legally, if not actually, her husband; but the irresistible fascination of the subject betrayed her into reciprocating Marian's remarks

    50. I would fain have returned home earlier that we might have been at Lowick for the Christmas; but my inquiries here have been protracted beyond their anticipated period

    1. These things could not keep up this pace for the fifteen hours it would take to get back to that faint approximation of civilization

    2. ’ He said with a faint smile

    3. ’ Emma said, tactfully not commenting on the slamming of the door, though I can hear a faint giggle in her voice

    4. It couldn’t be that, could it? She felt hot and faint and

    5. A fine, faint spray hung in the air, cocooning the

    6. ‘If he hadn’t been there …’ I said suddenly feeling faint

    7. The bucket, for instance, felt clean and dry, but bathed in the aromas of moulded plastic and disinfectant I could sense a mixture of bleach and the faint tang of stale urine

    8. The mattress stained the air under my head with the faint aroma of damp soil when I turned over

    9. I could lie on the floor next to the mattress with my head against the grill at the base of the door and feel a faint stirring of cool air in the outside corridor

    10. ‘Want to put money on that?’ he said with a faint smile

    11. I have already admired it – a shade of wool to match her name … there are a few grey hairs showing round the back of his ears, I think to myself then I suddenly realise that he’s watching me in the rear view mirror with a faint smile on his face and blush violently … the smile becomes a wicked grin as he replies to something Wally is saying

    12. My voice was cracked and dry and faint

    13. Around the third night of my captivity in the apartment, late into the small hours, I heard a faint tapping coming from the pipe that connected the radiator in my room to the circuit of pipes that ran through the apartment

    14. Desperate not to miss those faint taps, but my mind drifted off again, rampaging through fantasies and memories

    15. Listening to the night-dead creaking of the building and to the faint strains of a television playing further down the hall in the room where the guards brewed our tea and relaxed when not on duty, I wondered again about this friendship

    16. But still there was that copy of the hind-brain in his soul with its faint shouts of congratulations

    17. the sound of faint but constant water falls

    18. could still be heard, faint and low,

    19. In a faint but warmly remembered shift of air

    20. In his hand an inscription, a faint trace of hope

    21. She was hoping that she wouldn’t faint

    22. or will be too faint to hear under the hum of white noise

    23. and you hear faint strains of music,

    24. On the road down to the harbour with its lights and the village life, the faint strains of bouzouki floated through the air from a shop nearby

    25. Carved into the wood at one end were two initials, A & P and a heart, very faint now

    26. ' His voice was a troubled voice and almost too faint to hear

    27. I could hear a faint, “Virr-genia,” and then she reappeared, signalled me to follow and before I could see which way, scuttled off into the ether

    28. ' Then in a faint whispering voice he began to sing Tipperary, the old love song from the First World War and although I could hardly hear his words, his sadness was almost overwhelming

    29. I do remember her voice was soft and sympathetic and that when she brought me down to earth, I felt at ease, definitely, and dare I say it, there was a faint spark of self-confidence I'd not noticed before

    30. 'Can you hear that hum? It's really faint

    31. The terrible discord that had filled the evening air wound down to nothing more than a faint hiss before falling into the deepest, darkest silence

    32. In no time at all, the coast was nothing more than a faint form on the horizon

    33. Tarak noticed a faint outline on the wall; a large picture had been recently removed

    34. “I know how hard it was for you to come here, my Lord,” Denair said in a faint whisper,

    35. Had it not been for the old Stable Master being close by, he would have fallen in a dead faint

    36. had filled the evening air wound down to nothing more than a faint

    37. But this time was different; he could hear a faint voice calling from above

    38. He feels faint

    39. Some faint hoof marks gave him hope, and he eagerly followed them into the dense forest

    40. His voice took on the faint odour of lecture

    41. The clatter of dishes carried towards them on the air, a faint odour of something hot evidence that Sheila was cooking

    42. Glancing around the room apparently unconcerned, Chrissie noted that Chas was standing at one end of the table, his eyes speculative, a faint smile lingering on his lips

    43. Is there a faint burr on her voice? Drinking? "Yeah, very funny

    44. Faint light from the window is shedding a glimmer on the painted plaster, making it glow

    45. “I'm glad you gave it some thought,” responded his elder companion, a faint smile playing at the corners of his eyes

    46. On the wind, she heard a faint cry from the direction of the cliff edge

    47. I was going to faint

    48. Faint wuthering sounds carried on the rising wind were indescribable monsters … again he saw Chas’s face, lying on the kitchen floor by the corner of the cooker which had killed him

    49. “Oh,” Tom said, with faint irony, “Glad to hear that you’ve been

    50. The curtains in the room were drawn, the room lit by the faint illumination coming through the fabric

    1. name's sake hast laboured, and hast not fainted

    2. He was so relieved he almost fainted right there

    3. they fainted, and were scattered abroad, as sheep having no shepherd

    4. If he would have been flesh he would have fainted from holding his breath as long as this silence stretched

    5. He lifted his head and tried to raise himself, and he then muttered “sorry folks,” and fainted

    6. He turned white as a ghost and promptly fainted

    7. The mountain thundered as the Dragons roared their approval; and Sam fainted again

    8. “She lost her balance when she fainted; I believe she is all right friend

    9. She nearly fainted as they explained that, while she was not under arrest, they felt that it would be in her best interests to accompany them to the local police station

    10. Lady Beth had a lovely baby girl and Jerry was so excited that he near fainted when he saw her

    11. She was so convinced that she would win the chance to meet the boy who sang her song that when the news reader eventually introduced the story towards the end of the early evening bulletin Lucy nearly fainted

    12. He had brought forth his ability and almost fainted when he truly ‘saw’ her; her aura was glowing with the same intense light that Serena had possessed

    13. fainted away at the end of that dreadful day, she insisted that Karen

    14. She nearly fainted as they explained that,

    15. Ladies swooned and fainted

    16. evening bulletin Lucy nearly fainted

    17. I worked for a few minutes to uncover his head and when it was clear, I nearly fainted

    18. ‘This one’s fainted now

    19. “It’s gone!” cried the widow, and she fainted away

    20. She’d never fainted in her life

    21. "I've never fainted before" she stated, sitting up, pushing his jacket off

    22. Harry just took her on as if expecting her there all along, and she said she damned near fainted with relief

    23. She fainted away, but Aladdin, snatching the lamp, said boldly:

    24. ” Was all she could say as she fainted on the pavement

    25. “Chennai…” he said, and I fainted

    26. She, probably, would have fainted on hearing

    27. would have fainted on seeing what I saw

    28. The girl ran headlong into his arms and fainted

    29. Nine women fainted to the deck with a unanimous thud

    30. As if he had fainted and never lost consciousness

    31. Rick was out the door in a flash and when he returned, Edna nearly fainted

    32. I walked out of the front of the station and went to catch a tram to General Gordon Street but as I walked to the stop the memories of Charlie came flooding back and I all but fainted at the vivid recollections that assailed my senses

    33. When he finally asked her out, she about fainted

    34. Fowl, who promptly fainted on the ground

    35. Looking into the attic, Willie found that mamma had fainted away, and

    36. This thought provoked such a deep horror in Soffen that she almost fainted, but she pushed it aside, and after much dithering, finally summoned up the courage to enter the tunnel

    37. As stars of unbelievable agony exploded within his head, the young boar groaned and fainted

    38. He shook his head in desperation, knowing that if he fainted now, he was dead

    39. Thomas’s vision and hearing blurred as he fainted

    40. It helped for a few hours, when once again, the fever returned and she fainted

    41. "I think he's fainted," she said, pulling the trocar from his leg

    42. At that point I gave up screaming and fainted

    43. ” When she heard those words, she fainted and went into labor in the hallway

    44. Grunt must have fainted because he collapsed backwards into the winch-man and the electrical current grounded through both of them

    45. Amonas thought he might have fainted again, but that was not his principle care

    46. It didn’t work all that well and while Hilderich was gripping Amonas’ shoulders for support, he almost fainted from the stabbing pain; his cry seemed to split the silence inside the chamber in two, but still there was no echo

    47. As she had expected he had fainted from the pains in his chest

    48. His legs gave out, and he slipped dizzily from the clock tower, fainted

    49. fainted, and bowed herself on the head of the maid that went before her

    50. "She has just fainted, I think," said Mrs

    1. ’ I assured him, hoping the wooziness I’m experiencing will pass off … I’m not in the habit of fainting and don’t want to start now

    2. ‘He’s only protecting himself from the possibility of having fainting women on his hands, Anna, he knows only too well that I need to be fed regularly!’

    3. the four washed mugs on the draining board, nearly fainting with

    4. If such circulation is blocked, it creates pain even leading to heart attack, paralysis, fainting etc

    5. ‘Well, there was Mystery,’ the Mock Turtle replied, counting off the subjects on his flappers, ‘–Mystery, ancient and modern, with Seaography: then Drawling–the Drawling-master was an old conger-eel, that used to come once a week: HE taught us Drawling, Stretching, and Fainting in Coils

    6. She fought with all her might to stop herself from fainting, tightening every muscle in her body to force the blood back into her head

    7. “It would explain your headaches, though, and your fainting episode

    8. Fainting would have sufficed at this immediate moment

    9. 'Well, there was Mystery,' the Mock Turtle replied, counting off the subjects on his flappers, '--Mystery, ancient and modern, with Seaography: then Drawling--the Drawling-master was an old conger-eel, that used to come once a week: He taught us Drawling, Stretching, and Fainting in Coils

    10. He tried his foot again, pulling his leg back and forth, almost fainting from the pain before he stopped

    11. Then Una's fainting spell had banished everything from his mind for a time

    12. I couldn’t risk fainting near a werewolf, his lucky day, a free meal without the fight

    13. 18 Then was Lamech sorry for it, and from the bitterness of his regret, he clapped his hands together, and struck with his flat palm the head of the youth, who fell as if dead; but Lamech thought it was a fainting, so he took up a stone and struck him, and smashed his head until he died

    14. 18 Then was Lamech sorry for it and from the bitterness of his regret he clapped his hands together and struck with his flat palm the head of the youth who fell as if dead; but Lamech thought it was a fainting so he took up a stone and struck him and smashed his head until he died

    15. “How many more?” he asked, almost fainting from exhaustion

    16. Amori near fainting from the overpowering stench of pain and decay that hung thick in the air about her

    17. 26 men fainting for fear and for expectation of the things which are coming on the world for the powers of the heavens will be shaken

    18. Questions he would sneak into their conversations—‘Have you been sleeping well? Have you had any other fainting spells? Do you want to talk about the visions you’ve had?’

    19. A guard came to my assistance but he wasn’t young and handsome so there was no point in fainting

    20. And while I was thinking, sad and fainting, since there was no time to run or hide as I was trapped in the cave with no way out, I waited, resignedly, that my bloody destiny might be fulfilled

    21. Rory had removed the fainting man"s shirt and was fanning him with it

    22. Viliho was oblivious of what had just changed everything: I had escaped, had cheated him by more than fainting, I had died

    23. ‗And on the basis of seeing Guapo cavorting beside the pool with me, fainting in your arms and bestowing a kiss, you reckon he‘s the one

    24. lady has stopped fainting and is currently seeing a young

    25. Half an hour later, when the captain saw that some were almost fainting of fatigue, he called for a fifteen minute halt

    26. Olivia, half fainting, saw the ape heaving, thrashing and writhing, gripping, man-like, the hilt that jutted from its body

    27. Natala saw her for an instant, a white figure of fear etched against a great black shapeless mass that towered over her; then the white figure was whipped off its feet, the shadow receded with it, and in the circle of dim light Natala hung alone, half fainting with terror

    28. She sucked and blew air as hard as she could to stop herself from fainting

    29. That would account for her fainting and bradycardia

    30. That would explain the large knot on Faye’s head that the doctor had initially been convinced was the result of a blunt instrument but had later reluctantly accepted as having been sustained in the fall after fainting had left her unconscious

    31. Though he believes she struck her head in the fall after fainting, given what we now know it appears that he may have struck her from behind in hopes of killing her then took on the role of the loving and concerned husband who rescued her

    32. From information received Coatl learnt that one of the priestesses, a favourite of Tezcat, had been instrumental in the torture of Red Fawn, she had blinded her by thrusting needles, made from the heart of the cactus, into both eyes and laughed when Red Fawn shook her head from side to side trying to shake loose the needles that had not even been pulled out, when brought to the compound by Bunda she took one look at her colleagues and screamed, loud and long before fainting and falling to the floor, two soldiers took a leg each and dragging her behind them, they followed Coatl to his palace, she hasn’t been seen since then, and speculation, as to her punishment was flying around the barracks

    33. She looked at me, presumably to gauge how much I could handle before fainting

    34. � Brunet had to sit down, close to fainting

    35. This was something else that Mayor King was used to, but the muffled sounds of her fainting incited more panic within him than did her screams

    36. Can you imagine? The faint was a bit of news, though anyone who knew Victoria Moon King knew that she had the occasional fainting spell

    37. “It’s interesting that you should mention that, because I did hear about a small fainting episode this morning in the salon

    38. A fit of near fainting pushed him back to the ground

    39. Alicia and Thelma caught Rebecca, just as realization hit her and shrieking, fell back fainting

    40. Philip had gone pale, and looked on the verge of fainting himself

    41. " You can stay in my mother's quarters tonight, but I want you out of here tomorrow morning! " I was stunned and close to fainting as he turned on his heel and left without another word

    42. She put up her hand to get courage by feeling the ring, for her spirit was fainting within her--she had just caught sight of the cathedral

    43. I had a fainting spell in the shop

    44. Tell her she"s to feign a fainting or weak

    45. She supposed it must be this thickness of atmosphere that made her, on Robert's doormat with her hand on the latch, feel suddenly so very like fainting

    46. Was she then to go through life making at intervals conscience-stricken journeys back, and fainting at the critical moment at their end?

    47. He hadn't yet had to face a trunk call, and he thought the telephone was fainting

    48. Alaric steadied her as she wavered at the helm, waving a small vial of smelling salts beneath her nose to keep her from fainting

    49. She knew it wasn't likely, but right now that hope was the only thing keeping her from losing her composure and embarrassing herself, or worse, fainting

    50. struggled through, getting into the car and almost fainting

    1. (She faints and falls to the floor

    2. From sand that never crumbles or faints, and never shall

    3. 81 My soul faints for your salvation, but I hope in your word

    4. and they shall be as when a standard bearer faints

    5. Have you not heard that the everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the Earth, faints not, neither is weary? There is no

    6. Before he faints, he hisses at the blacksmith who can hear nothing, but Ralph is honour-bound to say it

    7. She about faints as you turn and point at her

    8. He could hear faints voices down one of the corridors as he peered round the corner at the bottom of the steps

    9. My spirit faints at the task before me, at the thought of the persuasions and the protests that will have to be gone through

    10. He hopes she's not so anxious that she faints or has a panic attack and doesn't show up

    11. When a car has a flat tire, a man faints or an accident occurs, a hundred people will rush to help

    12. She opens her mouth to cry out for that help, but an instant later she faints and falls to the ground

    13. Don't revive her to consciousness, while she only faints

    14. Such gifts as keenness and ready powers of acquisition; for the mind more often faints from the severity of study than from the severity of gymnastics: the toil is more entirely the mind's own, and is not shared with the body

    15. some consolation for a woman like that lovely little statue he bought I could look at him all day long curly head and his shoulders his finger up for you to listen theres real beauty and poetry for you I often felt I wanted to kiss him all over also his lovely young cock there so simple I wouldnt mind taking him in my mouth if nobody was looking as if it was asking you to suck it so clean and white he looks with his boyish face I would too in 1/2 a minute even if some of it went down what its only like gruel or the dew theres no danger besides hed be so clean compared with those pigs of men I suppose never dream of washing it from I years end to the other the most of them only thats what gives the women the moustaches Im sure itll be grand if I can only get in with a handsome young poet at my age Ill throw them the 1st thing in the morning till I see if the wishcard comes out or Ill try pairing the lady herself and see if he comes out Ill read and study all I can find or learn a bit off by heart if I knew who he likes so he wont think me stupid if he thinks all women are the same and I can teach him the other part Ill make him feel all over him till he half faints under me then hell write about me lover and mistress publicly too with our 2 photographs in all the papers when he becomes famous O but then what am I going to do about him though

    16. ’” Whereupon he swoons and faints, and all his Limbs grow heavy as Death itself

    17. Such magnanimity and sensibility are like the magnanimity and sensibility of a lady who faints when she sees a calf being killed: she is so kind-hearted that she can’t look at blood, but enjoys eating the calf served up with sauce

    18. Such magnanimity and sensibility are like the magnanimity and sensibility of a lady who faints when she sees a calf being killed: she is so kindhearted that she can’t look at blood, but enjoys eating the calf served up with sauce

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    Sinônimos para "fain"

    disposed fain inclined prepared gladly lief dim inconspicuous blear subtle dull faded fuzzy bleary feeble frail drooping fragile faltering languid weak inaudible indistinct soft faint-hearted cowardly lily-livered dastardly irresolute fearful half-hearted unconsciousness swoon insensibility blackout stupor coma pass out collapse drop keel over