This horse was of a livid, cadaverous hue, denoting an agent of ghastly, terrible nature.
But the later stools will again be thin and of cadaverous odor.
He stood in the light of the only door,—his features wan and cadaverous, and his countenance wretchedly haggard.
In the small circle of light a long, cadaverous face appeared.
A cadaverous horse, knee-sprung and wheezy, dragged the van at the gait of a caterpillar.
"Of a pale and cadaverous aspect," continued the gen-d'arme.
The cadaverous maid looked on with curiosity and said nothing.
His spare and cadaverous figure was always clothed in dark colours.
This personage is tall, gaunt, and muscular; with a cadaverous countenance, and black hair in strings on his forehead.
The same gray, cadaverous hue, the same dark and stony stare.
cadaverous ca·dav·er·ous (kə-dāv'ər-əs)
Suggestive of death; corpselike.
Having a corpselike pallor.