- n a wave that is blown by the wind so its crest is broken and appears white
- Here there in the long groundswell of words a whitecap showed.
- Ford, 39, born in Texas, raised in New Mexico and aged in New York City and Europe, has been on the whitecap of--or indeed, his splashes have created--just about every fashion wave .
- On a clear day small sailboats glide past on the whitecap-tossed water of the resund sound, a delightful reminder of Denmark's seafaring past.
- Don Atchison in StarPhoenix
Really it's all about a celebration of Chief Whitecap and John Lake meeting 125 years ago just a few hundred yards away,said Mayor Don Atchison at a Friday press conference near the Traffic Bridge, calling on Chief Darcy Bear of the Whitecap...