white paper[ hwahyt pey-per, wahyt for 1; hwahyt-pey-per, wahyt for 2–4 ]SEE DEFINITION OF white paper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHITE PAPER
This consists in placing a piece of white paper in the oven.
He produced a slip of white paper and held it up before her.
Cover the chickens with slices of bacon, and then white paper; cover the whole close, and put them on a slow stove for two hours.
If not pretty quick, the batter will not rise; and if too quick, put some white paper over the cake to prevent its being burnt.
If the spores should be colored, white paper should be used.
Then add sixty drops of oil of peppermint; beat it well, drop it on white paper, and dry it at a distance from the fire.
The spores are yellowish or salmon color when caught on white paper, 7.5–105–6.
"The Baron has had a lesson," said a man with a sheet of white paper in his hand.
The Englishman had drawn from his breast-pocket a crumpled sheet of white paper.
Seems to me he had a piece of white paper in his hand—seem's if he did.