A despairing cry escaped the pale
lips of Mercedes; the old man sank into a chair.
At sight of this pale
, bleeding man, the wife grasped her husband's arm.
A stronger infusion would take the blood out of the cheek, and leave the rosiest beauty a pale
He had a long, thin body and the scholar's stoop; his head was large and ugly; he had pale
scanty hair and an earthy skin; his thin mouth and thin, long nose, and the great protuberance of his frontal bones, gave him an uncouth look.
A painful smile passed over the pale
features of Fouquet.
But Casaubon is a little pale
, I tell him--a little pale
, you know.
For men whose lips are blanched and white, With aching wounds and torturing thirst, What charm in canvas shot with light, And pale
with faces cleft and curst, Past life and life's delight?
Oh, Anne," gasped Diana, suddenly turning very pale
and beginning to tremble.
There were sheets of paper still lying about covered with figures, a brass-bound ledger lay open at the further end of the table, In the background a young man, slim, pale
, ill-dressed in sober black, was filling a large tin box with documents and letters.
Behind him appeared the head of the officer, almost as pale
The steward's pale
face turned paler still as he said those words.
He was pale
, as if from excitement--as pale
as the others felt themselves to be.
Then came a little valley overgrown with the pale
purple bloom of thistles and elusively haunted with their perfume.
He was very pale
and his face bore the marks of the preceding sleepless night.
I noticed that he was frightfully pale
, and that his face was lined as if from the effects of some terrible suffering.