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the colour/blood drains from somebody’s face/cheeks

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe colour/blood drains from somebody’s face/cheeksthe colour/blood drains from somebody’s face/cheeksused to say that someone’s face becomes very pale, because they are frightened or shocked When the verdict was read out, all the colour drained from Zelda’s cheeks. drain
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