- 1.1 (cloth) a pall of smoketo cast a pall on o over somethinguna cortina de humo1.2 (bier)empañar algoExample sentences
- 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.
- his jokes began to pall on ushacerse pesadosus chistes empezaron a aburrirnosExample sentences
- 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.
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