Use Sallow in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective] yellowish and unhealthy skin;
Her ears are large and her skin sallow.
Raimundo’s sallow face had turned a dark red when she heard the news.
His cheeks were sallow and sucked into the hollows between his teeth.
Unhealthy skin tends to appear sallow and dull , whereas healthy skin appears full and vibrant.
The face was thin and sallow, the beard long and matted, and the cheeks sunken.
He had a broad forehead, rather sallow face, and thinning hair.
His face was sallow, his lips curled down in a perpetual sulk.
Now the light had faded from those eyes, and her complexion was sallow.
He spoke heavily accented English, screwing up his pinched sallow face in disgust.