To pall is to become bored or done with something.(verb)
An example of to pall is to grow tired of playing tennis after playing for years.
The definition of a pall is a black cloth put on a coffin at a funeral or a feeling of sadness or gloom that comes over people.(noun)
See pall in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME pal < OE pæll < L pallium, a cover (akin to palla, a robe, mantle)
See pall in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English pal
Origin: , from Old English pǽll, cloak, covering
Origin: , from Latin pallium.
verb palled palled, pall·ing, palls verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English pallen, to grow feeble
Origin: , probably short for appallen; see appall.
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