Faint Related Quotes



The colors of living things begin to fade with the last breath, and the soft, springy skin and supple muscle rot within weeks. But the bones sometimes remain, faithful echoes of the shape, to bear some last faint witness to the glory of what was.

Diana Gabaldon


With pencil there is a tendency to be timid, either using very faint lines or erasing bad lines... Line sketching tends to emphasize the structure of a drawing rather than the nuances of media..

Paul Laseau


Any middle-aged woman knows that our feet are not for the faint of heart, especially in midwinter. I wear clogs, so it's actually like my feet are wooden now.

Lisa Scottoline


“I tended to faint when I saw accident victims in the emergency ward, during surgery, or while drawing blood. [On why he gave up medicine]”

Michael Crichton


Neither great nor good things were ever attained without loss and hardships. Those that would reap and not labour, must faint with the wind, and perish in disappointments; but an hair of my head shall not fall, without the providence of my Father that is over all.

William Penn


Cults make people sing so hard for so long - because it over-oxygenates the blood and sets them up to faint.

Chuck Palahniuk


“The halos exist, but are so faint that an extremely sensitive telescope such as Chandra is needed to detect them.”

Kristian Pedersen


Between me and life is a faint glass. No matter how sharply I see and understand life, I cannot touch it.

Fernando Pessoa


Memory can glean, but can never renew. It brings us joys faint as is the perfume of the flowers, faded and dried, of the summer that is gone.

Henry Ward Beecher


Humour is but the faint terrestrial echo of the hideous laughter of the blind mad gods that squat leeringly and sardonically in caverns beyond the Milky Way. It is a hollow thing, sweet on the outside, but filled with the pathos of fruitless aspiration.

H. P. Lovecraft