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- adj. whitened; made white using bleach
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bleach.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Whitened; make white.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used of color) artificially produced; not natural
- adj. having lost freshness or brilliance of color
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The veneered plywood shell can be in bleached oak, wengé stained, or covered with monochromatic or bicolour laminate.
Surround walls of rustic tiles are accented with collections of seashells bleached from the sun.
In a sense, it’s the ultimate crossover – what else would you call a novel that mixes original characters with visitors from Dickens, the Bronte sisters, and even a cameo by a certain bleached-blonde vampire named Spike?
Vividly he recalled the bleached bones of the long-dead warrior in the bottom of the precipitous gorge that had all but proved a trap for him as well.
Algae living in symbiotic harmony with their animal hosts were expelled, leaving great expanses of white, or so-called bleached, coral reef.
North can be described as bleached-immaculate and bloodless in a wash of round-the-clock sterility.
I think the bleached is a little too contrasty with your skin tone.
"This is going to set up a very interesting dynamic, because right now, the kind of bleached districts where candidates can get away with demonizing Latino immigrants -- because they're more worried about a primary challenge than a general election loss -- may end in the next decade," Sharry said.
The flash kind of bleached out the color--really they're brighter.
Republican gains came partly through creation of black districts, which improved GOP prospects in surrounding districts 'bleached' of blacks ...