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Slightly pale.
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rather pale
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(ˈpeɪ lɪʃ)

somewhat pale.
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Adj.1.palish - slightly pale
light-colored, light - (used of color) having a relatively small amount of coloring agent; "light blue"; "light colors such as pastels"; "a light-colored powder"
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Caption: Members of the Palish Heme Army during the Warsaw Uprising.
65 and 101, water is also the boundary between Catullus and his brother, first that of the unbreachable river Lethe in the Underworld (namque mei nuper Lethaeo in gurgite fratris / pallidulum manans alluit unda pedem [For recently in Lethe's flood, the rolling wave has washed my brother's palish foot, 65.5-6]) and then that of the sea he had to cross to reach his brother's grave (multas per gentes et multa per aequora vectus [Through many nations and across many seas I have been carried, 101.1]).