Some intermediate qualities have names, such as grey and sallow
and all the other colours that come between white and black; in other cases, however, it is not easy to name the intermediate, but we must define it as that which is not either extreme, as in the case of that which is neither good nor bad, neither just nor unjust.
Such conversational talents as these, we know, will overcome disadvantages of complexion; and young Towers, whose cheeks were of the finest pink, set off by a fringe of dark whisker, was quite eclipsed by the presence of the sallow
Under this name too, they were used with great effect as a means of taming refractory children, so that at the sight of poor Miss Anne's sallow
face, several small urchins had a terrified sense that she was cognizant of all their worst misdemeanours, and knew the precise number of stones with which they had intended to hit Farmer Britton's ducks.
His figure soon emerged into view, and showed itself to be that of no common laborer, but a tall, emaciated, sallow
, and sickly-looking man, dressed in a scholar's garb of black.
in height; strongly built, sallow
complexion, black hair, a little bald in the centre, bushy, black side-whiskers and moustache; tinted glasses, slight infirmity of speech.
prisoner has come up, in custody, for the half- dozenth time to make a personal application "to purge himself of his contempt," which, being a solitary surviving executor who has fallen into a state of conglomeration about accounts of which it is not pretended that he had ever any knowledge, he is not at all likely ever to do.
She had a thin awkward figure, a sallow
skin without colour, dark lank hair, and strong features -- so much for her person; and not less unpropitious for heroism seemed her mind.
His companions were his sallow
little Yankee secretary, whose name I really forget, but whom I met with Maguire at the Boxing Club, and a very grand person in a second skin of shimmering sequins.
He was a tall, thin man with a sallow
face and a long nose; his hair was very white, and to Philip he seemed extremely old.
One of them was a sallow
, clean-shaven civilian with a thin and wrinkled face, already growing old, though he was dressed like a most fashionable young man.
she murmured to the sallow
Spanish servant-girl who came out with the pigs and hens to receive them, "no wonder you hardly look like a human being
However, she is married; I saw her wedding-ring on that wonderful left hand, otherwise I should have thought the sallow
Geistlicher was her father.
She was a tall, spare, stately woman, with thick black hair, cold grey eyes, and extremely sallow
Something like a scowl was on his dark, sallow
And indeed the sallow
physiognomy, the thin and sickly body, and the prowling ways of the stranger, were the very type of a suspecting master, or an unquiet thief; and a police officer would certainly have decided in favour of the latter supposition, on account of the great care which the mysterious person evidently took to hide himself.