English to Welsh Meaning :: pall

Pall :
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Noun(1) a sudden numbing dread(2) burial garment in which a corpse is wrapped(3) hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window
Verb(1) become less interesting or attractive(2) cause to lose courage(3) cover with a pall(4) cause surfeit through excess though initially pleasing(5) cause to become flat(6) lose sparkle or bouquet(7) lose strength or effectiveness; become or appear boring, insipid, or tiresome (to(8) lose interest or become bored with something or somebody

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(1) The rain has stopped, but a gray pall still hangs in the air, claiming the day as its own.(2) The arms of Dublin are virtually identical to those of Armagh, except that the Y-shaped pall has five rather than four black crosses on it.(3) Yet, last Christmas, people enjoyed the first festive season in decades without the pall of war hanging over their heads.(4) And so a pall of defeat, and a sense of wasted lives hangs over Christiane's story, for which her uneasy family reunion cannot quite compensate.(5) The most famous skyline in the world had been changed forever, and in its place hung a pall of smoke and dust in the clear autumn sky.(6) torture and murder have cast a pall of terror over the villages(7) A heavy pall of dense black smoke and fumes poured from the building.(8) It's as though a grimy pall has been lifted off the city and a Bohemian spirit has returned once more to Bohemia.(9) And my learned friends will be throwing the pall of their caution over the theatre as well, to the impoverishment of all of us.(10) The city is sited at the foot of the Port Hills and when there is little wind a pall of smog lies over the city in winter.(11) Pouring from the top of this volcano, like smoke out of a factory chimney, is a rapidly spreading pall of what looks like steam.(12) A pall of shock and horror now hangs over the tiny community.(13) For his funeral the Archbishop's pall was borne by Sheffield steelworkers to his last resting place in the old churchyard in Bishopthorpe.(14) Despite a bulging schedule of films and the presence of filmmakers of renown, a pall hung over last year's Local Heroes Film Festival.(15) The women on the left are sharply defined but a pall of dust or smoke from a fire obscures the features of those on the right.(16) a pall of black smoke hung over the quarry
Related Words
(1) pall on ::
Pall ar
1. funeral cloth ::
brethyn angladd
2. cloud ::
3. chill ::
4. curtain ::
5. winding-sheet ::
7. frighten away ::
dychryn i ffwrdd
8. jade ::
9. die ::
yn marw
10. cloy ::
11. dull ::
Different Forms
pall, palled, palling, palls
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