white-out

VERB
  1. lose daylight visibility in heavy fog, snow, or rain
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How To Use white-out In A Sentence

  • The white-out breaks to a view of Mount Columbia, then the mist closes down again like someone raking dry cotton balls over our eyes.
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  • By the time we got back to the top - barely making it I might add - it was a genuine white-out.
  • As the bomber approached Goose Bay, it flew into a white-out and fuel began to run out.
  • The concept has potential: two strangers, trapped in an Alaska cabin during a white-out, one a woman in a wedding dress stumbling in from the cold, the other, the reserved and anti-social inhabitant of the cabin.
  • I'd put white-out on them, " he says. "And if the page didn't have stuff to learn, I'd rip it out.
  • There is no little irony in the fact that a man who had continually risked his life in the harshest of conditions, ever since a brush with death in a white-out on Ben Nevis as a 16-year-old, died in such relatively benign circumstances.
  • Then a blizzard closed in forcing the men to make a 15-mile detour around the water in a complete white-out.
  • Not one notebook, pen, eraser, glue stick, scissors, or white-out remained.
  • Their scheduled league opposition are otherwise engaged in fixtures hit by last week's deluge and white-out leaving York to concentrate on the visit of former rivals Goole in a club clash.
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