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used in Anne Of Green Gables

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abnormally pale (lacking healthy skin color); or anything that lacks energy or liveliness
  • Anne could not say the dreadful word; she turned sick and pallid.
    Chapter 37 — The Reaper Whose Name Is Death (11% in)
  • A big round moon, slowly deepening from her pallid luster into burnished silver, hung over the Haunted Wood; the air was full of sweet summer sounds—sleepy birds twittering, freakish breezes, faraway voices and laughter.
    Chapter 33 — The Hotel Concert (2% in)

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