adjective, sallower, sallowest.
of a sickly, yellowish color:
sallow cheeks; a sallow complexion.
verb (used with object)
to make sallow.
(esp of human skin) of an unhealthy pale or yellowish colour
(transitive) to make sallow
any of several small willow trees, esp the Eurasian Salix cinerea (common sallow), which has large catkins that appear before the leaves
a twig or the wood of any of these trees

sallow sal·low (sāl’ō)
adj. sal·low·er, sal·low·est
Of a sickly yellowish hue or complexion. v. sal·lowed, sal·low·ing, sal·lows
To make sallow.


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