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pale1 British & World English

Light in colour or shade; containing little colour or pigment

pale2 British & World English

A wooden stake or post used with others to form a fence

pale1 English Thesaurus

the pales of a fence

pale2 English Thesaurus

his pale skin

English Pale British & World English

A small area round Calais, the only part of France remaining in English hands after the Hundred Years War. It was recaptured by France in 1558

the Pale in pale2 British & World English

another term for English Pale.

in pale British & World English

Arranged vertically

per pale British & World English

Divided by a vertical line

pale-faced British & World English

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

pale-coloured British & World English

Light in colour or shade

beyond the pale British & World English

Outside the bounds of acceptable behaviour

English Pale, the New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

area in France or Ireland of English jurisdiction

in pale in pale2 British & World English

Arranged vertically

per pale in pale2 British & World English

Divided by a vertical line

paleface British & World English

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

beyond the pale in pale2 British & World English

Outside the bounds of acceptable behaviour

beyond the pale in pale1 English Thesaurus

his behaviour was beyond the pale