Same as Pawl.
- A cover for a coffin, bier, or tomb, often made of black, purple, or white velvet.
- A coffin, especially one being carried to a grave or tomb.
- A covering that darkens or obscures: a pall of smoke over the city.
- A gloomy effect or atmosphere: "A pall of depressed indifference hung over Petrograd during February and March 1916” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
- Ecclesiastical A linen cloth or a square of cardboard faced with cloth used to cover the chalice.
- Ecclesiastical See pallium.
- To cover with or as if with a pall.
- To become insipid, boring, or wearisome.
- To have a dulling, wearisome, or boring effect.
- To become cloyed or satiated.
- To cloy; satiate.
- To make vapid or wearisome.