The Rices were known by their anaemic pallor, the Prunes by their congested skins.
The uniform paleness of her complexion was not that of an anaemic girl.
If I cannot credit him with complete success it is because the subsidiary tale of love which he gives us is really too anaemic.
Do you imagine that this anaemic youth was capable of so frightful an assault?
In short, Brissenden struck Martin as anaemic and feather-brained, and was promptly dismissed from his mind.
Young lovers were pale and anaemic beside that long-married pair.
"Don't you be in too much hurry about that door," said the anaemic cabman, anxiously.
Within a few months perhaps they are pale, anaemic, listless.
Then the mother arrived, an anaemic whirlwind of solicitude and maternal wrath.
She had sacrificed her bloom to her babies, and was pallid and anaemic.