13 Jan Feint or faint – lesson learned
When someone corrects you, don’t get your feathers ruffled. Learn from the mistake and, as we have done today, share the knowledge with others. YDST used the wrong word in yesterday’s tip – writing ‘feint of heart’ instead of ‘faint of heart’ – thanks to Steeleworker Bryan Hubbell for calling us on that. We appreciate that you don’t let us get away with much … lessons are learned every day! So, we share:
- verb: make a deceptive or distracting movement, typically during a fight.
- noun: a deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement, especially in boxing or fencing.
- verb: lose consciousness for a short time because of a temporarily insufficient supply of oxygen to the brain.
- noun: a sudden loss of consciousness.
- adjective: weak and dizzy; close to losing consciousness – or – barely perceptible.
Read yesterday’s tip: You did work over the weekend, right? *Highlighting Sammy Hagar and Van Halen
Can you use feint and faint in the same sentence? Give it a try below … and know your support is appreciated. Not you’re support. (We love this shirt.)