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pale

adjective anemic in comparison, become impooent, become tarnished, colorless in comparison, contrast, dim, dismal, drab, drained of color, dreary in comparison, fails in comparison, feeble in comparison, flat in comparison, flimsy in comparison, frail in comparison, ghastly, impotent, inadequate, incompetent, ineffective, insufficient, lackluster, languishing, lose their luster, lusterless, obfuscated, pallid
See also: ambit, border, boundary, capacity, circuit, district, locality, nebulous, obscure, outline, periphery, sphere
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I see you know him," exclaimed the wife; "for you have become pale in your turn.
demanded the host, pale and trembling from the discovery he had just made.
echoed the fierce Huron, mistaking in his anger, the meaning of her words; "the memory of an Indian is no longer than the arm of the pale faces; his mercy shorter than their justice
Pale gray, pale green, pale blue, dark gray, dark green and dark blue batiks 1 fat eighth* each for Blocks
An unusual beer, something of a contradiction being a Black Pale Ale, but an enjoyable contradiction nonetheless.
Handlers at the Australia Zoo on Queensland's Sunshine Coast say the pale animal born in January owes its white fur to a recessive gene inherited from mother Tia.
We believe in putting together a relaxed and comfortable home that reflects your own particular lifestyle and personality, and the quest to create a happy home - not a show home - is paramount," explains stylist Atlanta Bartlett, who, along with her husband Dave Coote, is co-author of Pale & Interesting, a guide to decorating with a muted palette of subtle shades, for harmonious, soothing interiors.
San Miguel Pale Pilsen's emotional tribute to all 'Tatays' this Father's Day
Pre Bid Meeting Date: 03-Jun-2017 10:00 AM Bid Opening Placeat GP NAVEGAON PALE PS PAUNI DIST BHANDARA
For a pale ale, this has a very hoppy nose," commented beer retailer Renzo Kian-Kubota.
Referring to his new venture with the Harpers, he said: "This represents an exciting development for us and I'm delighted to be working with Alan and Angie to realise their vision for Pale Hall to become a destination hotel and restaurant in a dramatically beautiful part of the world.
Pale lemon yellow, neutral aromatics with a hint of coconut.