English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "pale"

We painted our kitchen a pale greenHe looked quite pale this morning, and went home sick.

We painted our kitchen a pale green.

Heather went all pale when she heard of the death of her grandmother.

Hsu-Fen looked tired and pale after studying all night.

Birds were flying here and there in the pale blue sky.

She has a very pale complexion, and always looks a little ill.

His face was deathly pale when they found him lying beside the road, and rescuers feared the worst.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that the palest ink is better than the best memory.

Would you like the pale yellow or the dark yellow for the bathroom?

Puffy, white clouds hung motionless in the pale blue sky.

She looked quite pale standing next to her darkly tanned friend.

He has a pale band of white around his wrist from where his watch covers his arm.

The old woman's face went pale and she began to tremble when the doctor gave her the news that her husband had died.

The famine that hit the country in 1960 will pale in comparison to what could happen in the coming months if something isn't done to help people now.

The destruction caused by the first attack on the WTC absolutely pales in comparison to the devastation caused by the attacks of September 11th, 2001.

The effect of conventional munitions pales into insignificance beside the power of a battlefield nuclear weapon.


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