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Noun: pall  pol
  1. A sudden numbing dread
    - chill
  2. Burial garment in which a corpse is wrapped
    - shroud, cerement, winding-sheet, winding-clothes
  3. Hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
    - curtain, drape, drapery, mantle
Verb: pall  pol
  1. Become less interesting or attractive
    - dull
  2. Cause to lose courage; to be daunted; to be scared away
    "palled by the refusal";
    - daunt, dash, scare off, frighten off, scare away, frighten away, scare
  3. Cover with a pall
  4. Cause surfeit through excess though initially pleasing
    - cloy
  5. Cause to become flat
    "pall the beer"
  6. Lose sparkle or bouquet
    "wine and beer can pall";
    - die, become flat
  7. Lose strength or effectiveness; become or appear boring, insipid, or tiresome (to)
    "the course palled on her"
  8. Lose interest or become bored with something or somebody
    "I'm so palled of your mother and her complaints about my food";
    - tire, weary, fatigue, jade

Sounds like: palates, pallets, palettes, pall, pall, paw

Derived forms: palled, palls, palling

Type of: alter, apprehension, apprehensiveness, blind, burial garment, change, cover, degenerate, deteriorate, devolve, dread, drop, fill, furnishing, intimidate, misgiving, modify, put the frigheners on [Brit, informal], put the screws on [informal], replete, sate, satiate, screen, weaken

Encyclopedia: Pall, Martin