Pale from fear, ill health, or tiredness: she emerged white-faced and shaking
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- An instant later a white-faced, hard - breathing policeman had opened the door, the candle wavering in his trembling hand.
- Occasionally you see a white-faced soldier in the canteen, his hair matted with sweat, taking half an hour to eat a carrot.
- The white-faced servants were huddling together in the hall, with the frightened butler wringing his hands in the doorway.
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