pallid[ pal-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF pallid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PALLID
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 stem is soon hollow, two to three inches long, viscid, pallid.
The gills are rotundate-free, close, narrow, whitish or 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.