Her pallid young face, brow sweating with fear and pain, yet resolute and stiff with sorrow, makes you want to cry.
Hovering near the unmanned iPod resting on the side bar, stands a short, pallid blond man.
There was deep brown flesh, and bronze flesh, and pallid white flesh, and flesh turned red from the hot sun.
The city, the state, the whole land, were ready to rise and tremble before the pallid Mask.
The rage was gone out of his eyes, which were closed, and the blood had left the cheeks, which were pallid.
The silence was profound, and the lamps burned with motionless, pallid flames.
Finally he turned and stared at Miss Thorne, who, pallid and weary, stood looking on.
The gills are notched, crowded, pallid or rufescent, narrow.
His noble, pallid face seemed to burn with its own pale light, but his eyes were in darkness.
The stem is soon hollow, two to three inches long, viscid, pallid.