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Things that are "White"

All the answers start with the word "white".
They may not be literally white.
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Last updated: March 23, 2020
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Traditionally the most formal type of evening dress for men (a suit reminiscent of a penguin).
White tie
Tiny young fish (like herrings and sardines) that are fried up en masse and considered a delicacy.
White bait
If you've gone mad, the attendants who come to take you away will probably be wearing these.
White coats
You can wave one of these to signal peaceful intentions or to surrender.
White flag
A preparation of lime and/or chalk in water, painted on to whiten walls and ceilings.
Whitewash
This phrase once indicated household linen, but now refers to fridges and washing machines.
White goods
A road in central London that is lined with government departments and ministries.
Whitehall
A cocktail made with vodka, coffee liqueur, cream and ice.
White Russian
Sound at all frequencies at once (like a hiss) - it can be used to obscure other sounds.
White noise
Chalk geology that's found on both sides of the English Channel near the Channel Tunnel.
White cliffs
A snowstorm so severe you can't see. Or, the unpleasant effects of smoking too much cannabis.
White out
A district in the East End of London, historically a poor area.
Whitechapel
A type of migratory goose with orange legs and a pinkish bill. They come to the UK in winter. (It's not their backs that are white).
White fronted
A parliamentary document outlining proposals for future policy or legislation.
White Paper
A woman who practises white magic, and uses spells for good purposes.
White witch
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