EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PALENESS
His paleness shook her, and she raised a hand of reassurance.
Indeed, he was badly startled, but I knew his paleness was not caused by fear.
Peter asked from his place in the cab, his paleness lighted by its lamps.
The third was of an ashen colour throughout: this was Paleness!
Dante looked upon her paleness, and trembled and hardly knew what to say.
As she seated herself, a look of deep disquietude increased her paleness.
You will believe me, Theodora, all I said to Mark only referred to her paleness.'
The agitation of the man in the doorway was announced by the paleness of his face.
What shall I say when he observes my paleness and alteration?
The guest started to see him; my friend noticed his paleness.
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.