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noun as in pallor

noun as in dimness

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Example Sentences

The 25-year-old is tiny, with the paleness of her skin augmented by her fiery mane.

Yet one look at all 16 Bachelors seems to support the allegation that their persistent paleness “is no accident.”

B12 deficiency is associated with nausea, diarrhea, and paleness, all of which could apply to the gaunt Jobs.

Struck with the unusual paleness of her master's face, and its melancholy expression, she said, with maternal anxiety.

And through the wet there appeared a face, shocking in its paleness and misery—the face of Mrs. Falchion.

At this joke, Monsoreau's face was covered once more with that hideous paleness which gave to him so sinister an aspect.

His paleness was not of fear, for when his eyes met Monsieur De la Riviere's, there was in them waiting, inquiry—nothing more.

She did not like the withered paleness about his mouth, the look of suffering that was so evident in his haggard eyes.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to paleness, such as: anemia, colorlessness, lividness, pallidness, sickness, and whiteness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.