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Things white often describes (“white ________”)
man, men, people, women, light, hair, paper, matter, flowers, cells, shirt, woman, population, teeth, face, wine, powder, children, marble, horse, dress, settlers, cloth, males, race, workers, flag, count, folks, bread, americans, supremacy, skin, spots, noise, students, clouds, pine, house, precipitate, collar, sand, beard, walls, coat, paint, space, lead, families, heat, gloves, community, color, background, hands, robe, robes, stone, male, colour, substance, sheet, gown, horses, hat, blouse, shirts, boy, flour, linen, oak, southerners, sugar, corpuscles, cloud, spot, hairs, cap, handkerchief, patches, settlement, boys, ground, silk, metal, jacket, houses, smoke

Descriptive words:
black, indian, pure, non, and, poor, purest, late, little, old, young, snow, red, dead, former, negro, brilliant, dazzling, blue, grove, evelyn, clear, senior, beautiful, anti, bright, southern, grahame, dupont, all, boskind, stark, dear, native, spotless, snowy, cunard, baltic, soft, opaque, harriss, fresh, venerable, wolff, whitest, gil, famous, thick, raw, dull, plain, mayon, wild, dirty, post, yellow, pre, mighty, lovely, hale, perfect, veined, lucero, lily, warm, brightest, born, winsbury, clean, immaculate, blinding, wolffparkinson


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See white used in context: 100+ rhymes, 99 Shakespeare works, 10 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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