Definition of Pallider
1. pallid [adj] - See also: pallid
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Literary usage of Pallider
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1885)
"... out from under her stern towards the moon's wake, but the crescent was yet too faint to do more than give a pallider look to the foam that ran under it. ..."
2. A Book of Princeton Verse, 1916-1919 by Alfred Noyes, Henry Van Dyke, Morris William Croll, Maxwell Struthers Burt, James Creese (1916)
"White-speckled is the grass— Pale grass made pallider with dews— White-speckled with the flocks that shall be ..."
3. My Experiences of the War Between France and Germany by Archibald Forbes (1871)
"... never turned out pallider brats than those of Belleville ; fearsome to look at were the creatures that ought to have shown chubby faces and plump cheeks ..."
4. A Book of Princeton Verse edited by Alfred Noyes, Henry Van Dyke, Morris William Croll, Maxwell Struthers Burt, James Creese (1916)
"... in the slender cypress-trees, Mossy and cool and slumbrous with the sound Of many rills. White-speckled is the grass— Pale grass made pallider with ..."