white collar[ hwahyt-kol-er, wahyt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF white collar
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHITE COLLAR
Kate came downstairs in the dark dress and white collar of Sunday night.
He wore his white collar inside the velvet of his great-coat.
You say she wore a white collar and cuffs and a black felt hat?
Sam Stay looked at the black coat and the white collar in doubt.
She should go in her mourning, with perhaps the addition of a white collar and frill.
A white blaze on the head, or a white collar, should entirely disqualify.
A small bird with a black head and throat, and white collar, this is the male.
The man with the white collar glared about as he chewed the end of his cigar.
The white collar and ruffled front of the shirt are thrown open.
He was white around the base of his tail and he wore a white collar.