Thesaurus / whitewash


González was on the brink of unconsciousness when a rescue jet ski swooped in to save him from the swirling whitewash.TRAINING FOR BIG-WAVE SURFING? IT'S ALL IN YOUR HEAD.KADE KRICHKONOVEMBER 22, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
To quote Mrs. Kaye, 'A Liberal peer is as useful as a fifth wheel to a coach, and as ornamental as whitewash.'ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Historians, as a rule, are more given to the use of whitewash than a political investigating committee.THE AFFABLE STRANGERPETER MCARTHUR
Dean Percy removed the whitewash from some of them, and they are now all restored to their original condition as far as possible.BELL'S CATHEDRALS: THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF CARLISLEC. KING ELEY
A good deal of whitewash has flowed past the fence, but Tom Sawyer's trick still holds good.SEEING THINGS AT NIGHTHEYWOOD BROUN
I do not wish to eulogize, still less to whitewash, so great a man, but only to render simple justice to his memory and deeds.BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME XIIJOHN LORD
He describes them as building a wall and then putting some untempered stuff, a whitewash, upon the wall.THE PROPHET EZEKIELARNO C. GAEBELEIN
And the whitewash, the enticing, beautiful words which are used to cover it over and make it appear as being secure!THE PROPHET EZEKIELARNO C. GAEBELEIN
In the other are Giotto's frescoes revealed from under the whitewash by which they were long covered, like those in the Bargello.GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. II (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
Yale secured one score in the fourth inning, while Harvard retired with her third whitewash.FRANK MERRIWELL'S RACESBURT L. STANDISH


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