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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pale.
- adj. striped
- adj. Enclosed with a paling.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Striped.
- adj. Inclosed with a paling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Striped as with different colors.
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Hank brushed passed me, his weapon dropping to his side as his expression paled.
The other guy who got on with me at Woodbine opened his eyes wide, his skin paled, and then he walked the length of the subway car, to the farthest point, far away.
His expression paled into careful blankness when he saw anywhere in the galaxy, as the code.alone. "
Even the tag team title paled compared to my new goal: the heavyweight title.
It made me a fan of the characters and creators involved, and whatever was happening in the regular X-titles paled in comparison.
The burgher started visibly, and his expression further paled on seeing Pieter, his rangy but muscular frame outlined in the light, a pair of gamebirds in one hand and a musket, held at the trigger, in the other.
That price tag paled in comparison to Senate Appropriations Chairman Rob Mayer's estimate for covering children on Medicaid.
When I read Drood I was very impressed but as time passed the novel kind of paled in my memory, while for me The Terror suffered from my overexposure in polar fiction and non-fiction, so I found it less interesting than otherwise...
I did like it, but it kind of paled in comparison to the setting in the first three books.
I have to say that this series kind of paled in retrospect.
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