- n the quality or state of the achromatic color of greatest lightness (bearing the least resemblance to black)
- n the state of being unsullied by sin or moral wrong; lacking a knowledge of evil
- n lightness or fairness of complexion
only the whiteness of her cheeks gave any indication of the stress from which she was suffering
- v turn white
- As he speaks, the whiteness comes alive.
- But their whiteness has less to do with their familiarity with the MLA Handbook than an unrestrained admiration for blackness.
- There was an unmistakable whiteness and maleness to the first astronaut class.
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- Bob Woodruff in Washington Post
NEW YORK, Feb. 26 -- At the moment of impact, when the roadside bomb sent shrapnel and rocks hurtling into his face, Bob Woodruff says, "I saw my body floating below me, kind of a whiteness." "Am I alive?"
- Geoff Ogilvy in Boston Globe (registration)
I just don't like the black and whiteness of the guaranteed one-shot penalty,Ogilvy said, then he paused, shrugged, and took a deep breath. "But as I said, I'm frustrated, so it's a bad time to interview a player."