Definition of swoony in English:

swoony

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Pronunciation: /ˈswuːni
 
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adjective

informal
Experiencing or inducing a state of rapture or other strong emotion: he gave me a big swoony kiss on the mouth
More example sentences
  • You only need to trawl the web to feel the passion, the busy chatrooms, the swoony blogs.
  • The mellow tracks mix gauzy female harmonies with easy rhythms for a swoony effect.
  • The title of the show refers to the swoony sensory overload some people experience in the presence of great art.

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