The condition or degree of being pale or of lacking color.(noun)
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Use "paleness" in a sentence
"Mr. Geach has seen Malays when terrified turn pale and shake; and Mr. Brough Smyth states that a native Australian "being on one occasion much frightened, showed a complexion as nearly approaching to what we call paleness, as can well be conceived in the case of a very black man.""
"Beyond a sign of wealth, paleness is held in high regard within circles of the hipsterdom's intellectual elite."
"Mr. Koonin said he was unlikely to alter the schedule much when Mr. O'Brien arrived, even on Wednesday night; Mr. O'Brien - who often mocks his own "paleness" - is not known for attracting black viewers."