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pale1 US English

Light in color or having little color

pale2 US English

A wooden stake or post used as an upright along with others to form a fence

pale1 US Thesaurus

the pales of a fence

pale2 US Thesaurus

she looked pale and drawn

English Pale US English

That part of Ireland over which England exercised jurisdiction before the whole country was conquered. Centered in Dublin, it varied in extent at different times from the reign of Henry II until the full conquest under Elizabeth I

the Pale in pale2 US English

another term for English Pale.

in pale US English

Arranged vertically

per pale US English

Divided by a vertical line

pale-faced US English

Having less color than usual, typically as a result of shock, fear, or ill health

pale-colored US English

Light in color or shade

beyond the pale US English

Outside the bounds of acceptable behavior

English Pale, the New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

area in France or Ireland of English jurisdiction

in pale in pale2 US English

Arranged vertically

per pale in pale2 US English

Divided by a vertical line

paleface US English

A name supposedly used by North American Indians for a white person

beyond the pale in pale2 US English

Outside the bounds of acceptable behavior

beyond the pale in pale1 US Thesaurus

his behavior was beyond the pale