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palleō uī, —, ēre

2 PAL-, to be pale, turn pale, blanch : sudat, pallet: pallent amisso sanguine venae, O.: morbo, Iu.: Palleat omnis amans, must look pale , O.: Ambitione malā aut argenti pallet amore, H.: nunc utile multis Pallere (i. e. studere), Iu.To grow pale, be anxious, be fearful : pueris, H.: ad omnia fulgura, Iu.: scatentem Beluis pontum, H.To lose color, change color, fade : Nec vitio caeli palleat seges, O.: fastigia Pallebant musco, were discolored , O.

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