ashen-faced

ashen-faced

adj
very pale
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ashen-faced

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And in a little while, the servant came back, ashen-faced and trembling, and said:
At one stage the ashen-faced bookies feared the Italian, 48, was going to win all six races, which would have cost them an estimated PS180million.
South Bridge Street's health is poorly, It's ashen-faced and tired - Intensive care and life support Are clearly what's required.
Moira confronts Ross Meanwhile, Pollard is left ashen-faced when Faith forces him into bidding for a sports car during the charity auction.
THE NUN (15) HH HHH IN 2016 horror The Conjuring 2, two paranormal investigators are terrorised by an ashen-faced, demonic nun with glowing eyes called Valak (Bonnie Aarons).
"Then, a minute later, Lana, my wife, says, 'I need to go to the loo.' She comes back rapidly, ashen-faced. I say, 'What's the matter?' "She said, 'I took the second on the left as you said, and the girl who was serving us lunch had her skirt up and Trump was having sex with her in the corridor.' "So, anyway, he comes back and he says, 'We gotta do this together, Peter,' so naively, I gave him 100 per cent of my vision.'" But when De Savary called him later, Trump said he was going to do it all himself.
Ashen-faced Johnson looked grim as his game fell apart in a five-over 77.
When Duterte walked into the restaurant a few minutes later, the arrogant smoker turned ashen-faced and immediately dropped his cigarette and stepped on it, PiAol said.
It was a very moving ritual, which my husband was very proud and excited to be a part of, but naturally, the conversation before and after turned towards other religious initiation traditions, most prominently the one that often takes place on the kitchen table as a bunch of calm women and increasingly ashen-faced men look on.
At her new school, she falls for a handsome, ashen-faced boy (Robert Pattinson).
Usually when stars in the Arab celebosphere are caught without their clothes on, they appear ashen-faced and apologetic.
If you see a punter kicking nine bells out of a FOBT, or stumbling ashen-faced out of a casino in the small hours, and he tells you,"I broke even", you are entitled to the odd nagging doubt.