Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having pale or dim eyes.
“Ruby had been told ahead of time who it would be, but she still felt her heart quicken at the sight of pale-eyed, jowly Bill Klem.”
“I made a point of getting there early, and Iris, a sleek, pale-eyed weimaraner, was beside herself with gratitude.”
“Our protagonist is one Alice Hotwire, who looks a bit like a white-haired, pasty-skinned, pale-eyed Christina Ricci in a pretty cool outfit and with some high-tech gadgetry.”
“Crusher turned to face a tall, pale-eyed, dusky-skinned woman.”
“Two pale-eyed girls with ironed blond hair walk behind, hissing into cells or writing in little books.”
“Tinker or "Tinceard" in Gaelic, referred to the tin pots and cooking pans that, until only a few years ago, were mended and peddled by the freckly, pale-eyed Celtic nomads.”
“Even her black hair and dark eyes marked her as different here in this city of fair-haired, pale-eyed people.”
“Only in name, I served the pale-eyed king, for I would never disown the emperor.”
“Frawley stood out of the Taurus—rain always looks harder than it feels—and jogged toward the mall parking lot, wishing it was Coughlin he was following, reading the pale-eyed bumper as the likely ringleader.”
“Afterwards she had adroitly to rid herself of the book, then to take part — a rather pale-eyed, distracted part — in the lively technical discussions that ensued; when each candidate was as long-winded on the theme of her success, or non-success, as a card-player on his hand at the end of a round.”
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