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Synonyms for pale

Synonyms for pale

of a light color or complexion

being weak in quality or substance

to lose normal coloration; turn pale

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a wooden strip forming part of a fence

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turn pale, as if in fear

very light colored

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(of light) lacking in intensity or brightness

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lacking in vitality or interest or effectiveness

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abnormally deficient in color as suggesting physical or emotional distress

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not full or rich

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As persecution and proscription began to bite at various degrees of severity depending on a community's proximity to the English Pale and central government, the responsibility to provide adequate training of new friars was transferred to Irish colleges on the Continent.
Home brews will be judged in five categories: English pale ale, American ale, India pale ale, Belgian strong ale and strong ale.
This fragrant drop, which is the UK's leading Fairtrade beer, is made from Chilean Fairtrade honey, Fairtrade sugars from Malawi, English pale ale malts and English Challenger hops.
While he understood Gaelic society, this ultimately served in his determination to maintain the English Pale.
Brooklyn Lager is a full-flavoured 5% abv brew which the company said was more similar in taste to an English pale ale than massed-produced lager brands.
Instead the three crowning achievements of this book concern the mid-century: these are Carey's reconstruction of the painstaking endeavor of Kildare to recover much of his ancestral inheritance and influence within the English Pale and on the borders of the Gaelic midlands; his explanation of how Kildare succeeded in making himself useful to the furtherance of government policy; and his depiction of Kildare's desperate effort to find a middle way when opinions became polarized, first on constitutional and then on religious grounds, between crown officials and the previously loyal community of the Pale.
Though a smaller proportion of the population lived in towns in Scotland, Wales, and the English Pale in Ireland than in England, urban centres were still major concentrations of wealth, business and administration.
THIS week Ken Inglis and Gregor Young of Oddbins look at classic English pale and strong ales which attempt to capture the character of a draught pint.
The Irish are said to prefer life in the peak of the Devil's Arse and in the 'bogs', both places which are contrasted to the civility of the English Pale (the area around Dublin) and geographical symptoms of their intractably savage nature.
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