whitened

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪtənd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of hair) having lost its color
    the white hairs of old age
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How To Use whitened In A Sentence

  • She stared in horror at the whitened, frozen cadavers which lay there under a tattered, canvas sheet.
  • For some reason, even after all these years, they have never faded, or even whitened.
  • Jesus was essentially "whitened" to match the skin pigmentation of the elite cliques of Europe ... October 19th, 2007
  • The image occurs in the lower half of the composition; the upper half has been whitened with bleach and salt, framing the partially protected torso on view.
  • Celtiberian Egnatius meriting fustigation for an untimely display of well-whitened teeth, sir: 'quicquid est, ubicunque est, quodcunque agit, renidet:': -- ha? The Egoist
  • But after weeks or months submerged in water, what remains is an off-white amassment of curvilinear bones that can be washed and whitened with hydrogen peroxide to be labelled and placed in a display case for the remainder of time.
  • He was crouched in a wheelchair, a shriveled, whitened remnant of the father I had known.
  • We were quite out of earshot from the road, and it would be hard to imagine a more desolate place than it appeared, between two and three o'clock on that March night, the bare twigs of the birch-trees wriggling in the bleak wind, the faint light of the decrescent moon, that seemed to be upside down in the sky, falling on the white rocks, and on the whitened branches torn down by the winter's storms, lying like bleached bones upon the ground before us. Paul Patoff
  • She stared in horror at the whitened, frozen cadavers which lay there under a tattered, canvas sheet.
  • The figures whitened in his mind unsolved : displeased , he let them fade.
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