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pallid
used in Lord of the Flies

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Definition
abnormally pale (lacking healthy skin color); or anything that lacks energy or liveliness
  • Bill, Robert, Harold, Henry; the choir boy who had fainted sat up against a palm trunk, smiled pallidly at Ralph and said that his name was Simon.
    p. 22.2

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