- During the mass, they covered the coffin with a pall, some kind of cloth. we took it off on the way out the door to the church, and then draped the American flag over his coffin.
- Ultimately, the only recognition Railton received was to see the bloodstained Union Jack he had used as a pall for temporary burials lowered over the coffin of the Unknown Warrior in the Abbey.
- There were immense black plumes at each corner and a black velvet pall covered the coffin.
- The most famous skyline in the world had been changed forever, and in its place hung a pall of smoke and dust in the clear autumn sky.
- The women on the left are sharply defined but a pall of dust or smoke from a fire obscures the features of those on the right.
- The night was very dark; a pall of shadowy clouds obscured the moon.
- Later, in a memorial service for the disaster's victims, Gustav sought to spread a pall of general bafflement over events, including the government's dereliction.
- I felt like today there was a pall over all of campus.
- But don't expect the multiple deaths to put a pall on the plot.
- The bishop's Pall typifies the wandering sheep, and the Prelate, when arrayed in this vestment, bears the image of the Saviour Christ.
- In the twelfth place, the bishop puts on the Pall, to show himself that he imitates Christ, Who bare our sicknesses.
- The arms of Dublin are virtually identical to those of Armagh, except that the Y-shaped pall has five rather than four black crosses on it.
- The arms of the See of Canterbury (Plate I, Figure D) are ‘azure, an episcopal staff in pale or, ensigned with a cross pattée argent, surmounted of a pall of the last, edged and fringed of the second charged with four crosses pattée fitchée sable.’
Old English pæll 'rich (purple) cloth', 'cloth cover for a chalice', from Latin pallium 'covering, cloak'.
Palabras que riman con pallall, appal (US appall), awl, Bacall, ball, bawl, befall, Bengal, brawl, call, caul, crawl, Donegal, drawl, drywall, enthral (US enthrall), fall, forestall, gall, Galle, Gaul, hall, haul, maul, miaul, miscall, Montreal, Naipaul, Nepal, orle, Paul, pawl, Saul, schorl, scrawl, seawall, Senegal, shawl, small, sprawl, squall, stall, stonewall, tall, thrall, trawl, wall, waul, wherewithal, withal, yawl
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- But for one man at least, the role of cheerless automaton seems to be palling.
- But, surprisingly for someone who has experience of the former Soviet Union, Roxburgh overlooks the fact that the attractions of capitalism have palled for many people in the former socialist bloc.
- But its extravagant sorrows and symphonic self-seriousness soon palled.
late Middle English: shortening of appal.
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