Definition of 'pale-faced'
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He summoned a younger pale-faced woman, whom Tansey took to be his wife, to keep shop, and led the Chief Inspector into a back room.WIDOW'S END
"A pale-faced man wearing a smart tweed jacket above inconsist ently crumpled, pale chinos had come to stand at her elbow.A MEANS TO EVIL COUP D'ETAT
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