Definition of swoon verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

swoon

verb
swuːn
 
; swuːn
 
 
1 [intransitive] swoon (over somebody) to feel very excited, emotional, etc. about somebody that you think is sexually attractive, so that you almost become unconsciousHe's used to having women swooning over him.2 [intransitive] (old-fashioned) to become unconscious
Synonym
faint
swoon noun [singular]: (old-fashioned) to go into a swoon
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