He stared in consternation at the pallid oval that stood for her face.
The silence was profound, and the lamps burned with motionless, pallid flames.
Albine, too, was a large rose, a pallid rose that had opened since the morning.
The gills are notched, crowded, pallid or rufescent, narrow.
The gills are rotundate-free, close, narrow, whitish or pallid.
The stem is soon hollow, two to three inches long, viscid, pallid.
The gills are notched, rather distant, pallid, then cinnamon; lachrymose.
The spores are pallid to ochraceous, oblong-fusiform, 10–20 long.
The spines are slender, pallid, then of the same color as the pileus, equal.
On every feature of his pallid face were traces of suffering.