Synonyms for pale
Antonyms for pale
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PALE
A still, pale fog is soothing; it lulls nature to a kind of repose.
How pale and eager their faces looked as they bent above him!
What instinct made you choose that shade of pale green for your frock?
Robin's pale, blank face had a sick look, a deadly smoothness.
The youth's pale face flushed with the pride of the skilled workman.
His dark, heavily fringed eyes looked at her from a pale face.
Pale and trembling, I pointed to the horrible staircase by which we had come.
The pale, timid girl did not know what to make of this kindness.
Overhead is the starry sky, bathed in the pale radiance of the moon.
There was evident, on the other side of a low hedge, a pale florescence of the flowers.
early 14c., from Old French paile "pale, light-colored" (12c., Modern French pâle), from Latin pallidus "pale, pallid, wan, colorless," from pallere "be pale, grow pale," from PIE *pel- (2) "pale" (see pallor). Pale-face, supposed North American Indian word for "European," is attested from 1822.