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conviction or courage; timid. faint′-heart′ed·ly adv. faint′-heart′ed·ness n. or
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Define faint of heart: lacking the courage to face something difficult or dangerous
—usually used in the phrase not… — faint of heart in a sentence.
Aug 21, 2015 ... Faint means weak. To be faint of heart is to be timid, lacking in courage. The
expression has been around for a very long time and so has the ...
Sep 19, 2013 ... If someone is said to be faint of heart (not feint of heart), it means that he or she is
easily disturbed or scared. In other words, this is a timid ...
Sep 4, 2015 ... Faint-hearted appears in 1400, derived from faint meaning to grow weak, to lack
courage or spirit and hearted. Faint heart never won fair lady ...
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Mar 21, 2005 ... Without these, I'd say the "faint of heart" are those who have a faint heart, thus, ...
So the meaning of ``the faint of heart'' might be ``who are not ...
If you say that something is not for the faint-hearted, you mean that it is an
extreme or very unusual example of its kind, and is not suitable for people who