Learning English

Word: Pallid

Pallid [Adjective]

Sentence: In the Kennedy-Nixon debates, radio listeners famously thought Nixon fared better, while those who watched on TV in 1960 were struck by Kennedy’s handsome appearance and put off by Nixon’s pallid complexion and an ill-chosen gray suit that blended into the background. (Source: money.cnn.com)

Meaning: Pale; Lacking vigor or intensity

How To Remember?

Pallid” is “Pale“!


Insipid; Vapid.

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[Well, Voldemort sure had a pallid skin!]

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