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Things pale often describes (“pale ________”)
face, eyes, yellow, light, brown, skin, colour, faces, color, blue, green, cheeks, pink, sky, lips, flowers, hair, complexion, cheek, moon, grey, gold, woman, countenance, girl, reflection, buff, features, shadow, moonlight, spots, orange, hands, sun, cast, leaves, glow, horse, dress, tint, cytoplasm, red, appearance, purple, liquid, violet, flame, hue, silk, forehead, walls, imitation, flesh, gray, hairs, figure, boy, stars, band, shade, shirt, colors, ale, sunlight, scales, stripe, brow, shadows, spot, fingers, bands, smile, head, colours, look, shades, lilac, cream, ghost, background, urine, oil, sunshine, suit, gleam, gown, beauty, lavender, fire

Descriptive words:
deadly, little, deathly, ghastly, ashy, own, english, social, ashen, sickly, per, former, christian, sacred, moral, narrow, lower, dead, outer, called, yellow, ghostly, abnormally, less, roman, tall, beautiful, awful, thin, russian, aryan, cold, wrinkled, grown, venter, academic, hindu, ecclesiastical, poplar, mandible, peritoneum, lovely, mighty, constitutional, sun, holy, uniform, yellowish, moon, disarmament, moonshine, delicate, abundant

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Book See pale used in context: 100+ rhymes, several books and articles.

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