Definition of Pallidness

1. Noun. Unnatural lack of color in the skin (as from bruising or sickness or emotional distress).




Definition of Pallidness

1. n. The quality or state of being pallid; paleness; pallor; wanness.

Definition of Pallidness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being pallid. ¹

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Definition of Pallidness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pallidness

palliatives
palliator
palliators
palliatory
pallid
pallid bat
pallidal
pallidal syndrome
pallidectomies
pallidectomy
pallider
pallidest
pallidities
pallidity
pallidly
pallidness (current term)
pallidnesses
pallidoamygdalotomy
pallidoansotomy
pallidotomy
pallidum
pallier
pallies
palliest
palling
palliobranchiata
palliobranchiate
pallisander
pallister-killian syndrome
pallium

Literary usage of Pallidness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The London Medical Gazette (1842)
"From the age of three months the child had slight convulsive extension of the extremities, with pallidness of the countenance, which, despite of various ..."

2. Crabb's English Synonyms by George Crabb (1917)
"... and wan upon pallid: the absence of color in any degree, where color is a requisite quality, constitutes paleness; but pallidness is an excess of ..."

3. English Synonymes: Explained in Alphabetical Order, with Copious Illus. and by George Crabb (1897)
"Pallid rises upon pale, and wan upon pallid- the absence of color in any degree, where color is a requisite quality, constitutes paleness; but pallidness is ..."

4. The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1824)
"Mr John Pratt ' thinks, about the month of October, he began to pay some little attention,—to notice it in some degree,—a pallidness in their looks; ..."

5. Common School Education: Devoted to the Art of Instruction (1888)
"pallidness is an excess of PALENESS, and WANNESS is an unusual degree of ... Protracted sickness, hunger, and fatigue bring on pallidness, and when these ..."

6. English Synonyms Explained: With Copious Illustrations and Examples, Drawn by George Crabb (1844)
"and wan is an unusual degree of pallidness: pólenes» in the countenance may he temporary; but pallidness and ..."

7. English Synonymes, with Copious Illustrations and Explanations, Drawn from by George Crabb (1854)
"... of pallidness : paleness in the countenance may be temporary ; but pallidness and wanness are permanent; fear, or any sudden emotion, ..."

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