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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Latin
Origin: pallere 'to be pale'

pallor

noun
     
Related topics: Illness and Disability
pal‧lor [singular, uncountable]
MI when someone's skin is very pale in a way that makes them look weak or unhealthy:
A sleepless night had added to her pallor.

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