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pale

  
[1]  
      adj  
1    lacking brightness of colour; whitish  
pale morning light     
2    (of a colour) whitish; produced by a relatively small quantity of colouring agent  
3    dim or wan  
the pale stars     
4    feeble  
a pale effort     
      vb  
5    to make or become pale or paler; blanch  
6    intr; often foll by: before   to lose superiority or importance (in comparison to)  
her beauty paled before that of her hostess     
     (C13: from Old French palle, from Latin pallidus pale, from pallere to look wan)  
  palely      adv  
  paleness      n  
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pale   [2]  
      n  
1    a wooden post or strip used as an upright member in a fence  
2    an enclosing barrier, esp. a fence made of pales  
3    an area enclosed by a pale  
4    a sphere of activity within which certain restrictions are applied  
5      (Heraldry)   an ordinary consisting of a vertical stripe, usually in the centre of a shield  
6    beyond the pale   outside the limits of social convention  
      vb  
7    tr   to enclose with pales  
     (C14: from Old French pal, from Latin palus stake; compare pole1)  

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palea   , pale         
      n   pl   , paleae   , pales     (Botany)  
1    the scalelike membranous bract that partly encloses a grass flower  
2    any small membranous bract or scale  
     (C18: from Latin: straw, chaff; see pallet1)  
  paleaceous      adj  


pale   [1]  
      adj  
1    lacking brightness of colour; whitish  
pale morning light     
2    (of a colour) whitish; produced by a relatively small quantity of colouring agent  
3    dim or wan  
the pale stars     
4    feeble  
a pale effort     
      vb  
5    to make or become pale or paler; blanch  
6    intr; often foll by: before   to lose superiority or importance (in comparison to)  
her beauty paled before that of her hostess     
     (C13: from Old French palle, from Latin pallidus pale, from pallere to look wan)  
  palely      adv  
  paleness      n  
pale   [2]  
      n  
1    a wooden post or strip used as an upright member in a fence  
2    an enclosing barrier, esp. a fence made of pales  
3    an area enclosed by a pale  
4    a sphere of activity within which certain restrictions are applied  
5      (Heraldry)   an ordinary consisting of a vertical stripe, usually in the centre of a shield  
6    beyond the pale   outside the limits of social convention  
      vb  
7    tr   to enclose with pales  
     (C14: from Old French pal, from Latin palus stake; compare pole1)  

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pale

  
[1]  
      adj  
1    anaemic, ashen, ashy, bleached, bloodless, colourless, faded, light, like death warmed up     (informal)   pallid, pasty, sallow, wan, washed-out, white, whitish  
2    dim, faint, feeble, inadequate, pathetic, poor, thin, weak  
      vb  
3    become pale, blanch, go white, lose colour, whiten  
4    decrease, dim, diminish, dull, fade, grow dull, lessen, lose lustre  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    blooming, florid, flushed, glowing, rosy-cheeked, rubicund, ruddy, sanguine  

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pale   [2]  
      n  
1    paling, palisade, picket, post, slat, stake, upright  
2    barricade, barrier, fence, palisade, railing  
3    border, boundary, bounds, confines, district, limits, region, territory  
4    beyond the pale      barbaric, forbidden, improper, inadmissible, indecent, irregular, not done, out of line, unacceptable, unseemly, unspeakable, unsuitable  

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beyond the pale, pale-, pale-, pale-

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n.
a round and sweet fruit with pale, orange-colored skin that comes from a tree of the same name

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