He stared at it pallidly, like Macbeth at the ghost of Banquo.
Before him rose as in a vision the awful tree, the heavy drops on its damp leaves, its poisoned fruits, pallidly illuminated.
Old Jerry had never before seen her in a rage; he had never before seen anybody so terribly, pallidly violent.
Billy Chope, half-way across the floor, recoiled from the corpse, and glared at it pallidly from the doorway.
She stood there, pallidly uncertain, looking on the conflagration love had wrought.
She had the pallidly dusky skin of a Eurasian, but, by virtue of nature or artifice, her cheeks wore a peachlike bloom.
Up from it thrust a mountainous forest of the pallidly radiant cones; bristling; prodigious.
Many gigantic and pallidly white birds flew continuously now from beyond the veil, and their scream was the eternal Tekeli-li!
It was a pallidly greenish creature with a small head and enormous eyes.
After lunch the latter fell asleep in his chair on the porch, pallidly insensible of the sparkling flood of afternoon.