Did you perchance mean whiteout?
- n. alternative spelling of whiteout.
- v. lose daylight visibility in heavy fog, snow, or rain
“I love seeing the zip-a-tone, blue lines, and white-out that you don't get to see in the printed comics.”
“Of course, this all assumes that we know how to type on an actual non-electric typewriter (start stocking up on white-out now, people!), or can actually write with a pencil and paper.”
“The idea is that you do everything in ink and if a mistake is made, you do a cross-out (not a scribble or white-out).”
“We had somehow gotten lost in near white-out conditions, and the only way I could drive and stay on the road was to steer by the shrubs and weeds that were sticking up on the unkempt ditches on either side of the road.”
“The remarkable white-out which has seen virtually all of the major jumps races in the north called off since November is set to claim another casualty, Wetherby having all but ruled out the possibility of hosting the Sky Bet Chase, after Doncaster was abandoned on Saturday, as part of their raceday this weekend.”
“The National Weather Service called the storm "dangerous, multifaceted and potentially life threatening" on its website, predicting white-out conditions and extremely hazardous roads.”
“The National Weather Service called the storm"dangerous, multifaceted and potentially life threatening" on its website, predicting white-out conditions and extremely hazardous roads.”
“Ultimately, they perished in the white-out of a driving blizzard within miles from the final base camp.”
“Heck, we could recycle old shuttle powerpoint presentations, just white-out the windows. common sense”
“DD214's are UNACCEPTABLE in this era of scanners and white-out!”
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how white is used
Environmental Ice and Snow
(excluding all the food ice)
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