blinding-white love


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  • The other day I was walking through a blistering, blustery, blinding-white below-zero snowstorm, cursing the day I decided not to live on a Caribbean island, and doubly cursing the day I decided not to be born with antifreeze for blood.

    The Sorrel Colt | Miette's Bedtime Story Podcast

  • The pool guy tells me the hideous brightness of my pool—like that one in "Cocoon"—is the fault of the blinding-white plaster at the bottom.

    Swimming Pools: Out of the Blue, Into the Black

  • The female-targeted cigarette tends to be long, thin, and tubular—a blinding-white magic wand capable of curbing appetite and banishing fat molecules.

    What Women Want

  • Ingrid blinked, looked between the two of them, her mouth a small dark O against the tips of her blinding-white teeth.

    My Soul to Keep

  • After the blinding-white sterility of the alien ship, this dim place looked almost cozy.


  • Inside the house the walls were blinding-white, there was a mirror over a chintz sofa that reflected more light that made your eyes hurt.

    The Body Ricardo

  • We angled for the blinding-white coast of the ice edge, which marched to the horizon and lay taut as a skin over the curve of the earth.

    The Whale Warriors

  • Let's keep going until we're engulfed on all sides by blinding-white landscape, where we'll never have sex naked ever again, and we'll eat mostly frozen things as chapped as our faces?

    Questions that Cause My Brow to Crinkle Adorably

  • The brighteners provided blinding-white highlights and also made the production of highlights cheaper, by allowing the use of less-refined paper pulp as a base.

    Too Much of a Good Thing

  • A cross between adobe mission and ultramodern, the place was all blinding-white stucco, blue glass, and water.

    Star Struck


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