from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun plural White fabrics, usually of cotton or linen.
- noun plural Household merchandise, as bed sheets and curtains, formerly made from white fabrics, but now often colored.
- noun plural Large household appliances, as ovens and refrigerators, formerly finished with white enamel, but now often colored.
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Domestictextiles, such as tablecloths, bedding, towels, etc. that were traditionally white in color.
- noun The large
household appliancessuch as refrigerators, stoves, washing machinesand driersas a group.
Colorless spirits, such as ginand vodka.
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- noun large electrical home appliances (refrigerators or washing machines etc.) that are typically finished in white enamel
- noun drygoods for household use that are typically made of white cloth
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