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whitish

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Colours
whitishwhit‧ish /ˈwaɪtɪʃ/ adjective  CCalmost white in colour
Examples from the Corpus
whitishIt grows to seven feet, and its flower heads, whitish and forming a fan shape, appear in October.Duck of both races like diminutive duck Mallard, with black and green speculum and whitish belly.The wind-burnt face and whitish brows.The leaves are straight, have entire margins, are naked, and are light green above and whitish green below.The wind had dropped and a cold whitish mist from the river lingered in patches.This gives it a whitish sparkle as light catches millions of tiny prisms and reflects white light.There were whitish spots on either side of the seat.What was that clutter of thin whitish sticks in one hut?
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