One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘His hands gripped pallidly upon the rail, and they were white with more than just the chill brine of the sea.’
- ‘From a psychological perspective it's an acknowledged fact that vividly presented information is more likely to be retained and processed than pallidly presented information.’
- ‘Other moments refer - too vaguely and too pallidly - to problems that might be resolved in couples’ counseling.’
- ‘There is a generous progression of aptly chosen photographs, although some of them are pallidly reproduced.’
- ‘A careful historian working on a broad canvass, Harris's hypotheses are cautiously, perhaps somewhat pallidly, framed.’
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