- v turn white
- s (of hair) having lost its color
- But in time they whitened, and then the bells pealed, and people came running into the square from all directions to hear the news, "Habemus Papam!".
- He is only 47, but his hair has whitened in the past year, and his face is lined with despair.
- The elephant thrashed around, confused and maddened, and in the end he was reduced to a pile of whitened bones.
- Gordon Ramsay in BuddyTV
Truth is, I don't even watch the shows, because I don't want to see myself and say, 'Man, I need Botox' or 'Those jeans look terrible' or 'My teeth need to be whitened,'Ramsay explained.
- Jenna Fischer in Boston Herald
To keep Pam authentic, I've held back from doing some things,Fischer explains. "I haven't had my teeth whitened. I haven't gotten porcelain veneers. And you'll notice other things if you look carefully." "I need to keep it real so...
- David Cameron in Independent
Mr Cameron said: "They may have been whitened, they might have been straightened, they might have been privately polished - he spent all that money on his smile but he won't even give us one."