whitener

[ US /ˈhwaɪtnɝ, ˈwaɪtnɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈa‍ɪtnɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an agent that makes things white or colorless
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How To Use whitener In A Sentence

  • Before you run out and grab an over-the-counter teeth whitener, go to your dentist for a good cleaning and make sure that you don't have cavities, gum disease or any other maladies of the mouth.
  • I use a lot of whitener and the page looks a mess.
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones keeps the high luster in her hair with castor oil and maintains her gleaming smile by brushing her teeth with strawberries - a natural teeth whitener.
  • I took a deep breath, grabbed a tub of lo-salt, lo-fat sunflower margarine and a jar of lo-salt, lo-fat coffee whitener, and made my way thoughtfully off to the checkout.
  • The first of which being that if you put anything coloured in with the white wash, nothing will ever be truly white again, attack it with bleach, whitener and brightener as you will.
  • A disturbing trend is that they go after easily available addictives such as whiteners and petroleum-based glues.
  • Gone are the days of typewriters, carbon copies and whitener.
  • Colonel affords a convincing proof that there is a black and a white side to every cause: But what must the conscience of a partial whitener of his own cause, or blackener of another’s, tell him, while he is throwing dust in the eyes of his judges, and all the time knows his own guilt? Clarissa Harlowe
  • But the biggest product alterations are in the skin care market, which is dominated by skin whiteners rather than tanning products, which are popular in the West.
  • They can be purchased as liquid, frozen liquid, or spray-dried coffee whitener.
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