The word "pallid" is used to describe a pale or sickly complexion. An antonym for pallid would be "flush," as this word would be used to describe a person's face that is full of color.
In the second line of the last stanza: 'On the pallid bust of Pallas just above my chamber door;'
pale,pallid,white,gray and ashen
Pallid Harrier was created in 1770.
She was tall, with a round face and a pallid complexion.
She pretends to be sick to miss school all the time, but her face was startlingly pallid, yet hot to the touch, and it was clear she was not faking this time.The new pastor's verbose yet pallid sermons are putting everybody to sleep, and nobody knows what to do about it.
After a tornado hit, lots of people had on pallid faces.
pallid means feeble or insipid answered by Ojaswi Jain
Pallid-winged grasshopper was created in 1838.
Her pallid complexion indicated that she spent her days mostly indoors. The concert was a pallid affair, a collection of dreary chamber music.