Examples of pallor in a Sentence
The boy's sickly pallor concerned his mother even though he had no fever.
Recent Examples of pallor from the Web
Something about the powdery pallor, the intelligent brow, the drowsing...
Her deathly pallor and daringly low-cut dress caused a major scandal when the portrait was exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1884.
In Illness As a Metaphor, Susan Sontag recounts the Victorian romanticizing of tuberculosis: the patient’s reed-thin body, white pallor, and flushed cheeks.
It is marked by easy bruising, pallor, and decreased urine output.
With its pallor, endive embodies the colorless days of winter, but the crisp, slightly bitter petals stand up well to heartier dressings.
He’s not put off by their sickly pallor, the tattoos on their faces, their inability to make eye contact, their twitching, their inattentiveness.
In color, the contrast between Kennedy’s youthful tan and Nixon’s grey pallor is striking.
Shots include the makeup artists air-brushing her toes a nice mottled gray, as well as adding a prosthetic layer to her hands to give them a not-so-fresh out-of-the-grave pallor.
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PALLOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pallor for English Language Learners
: paleness especially of the face that is caused by illness
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