whitewashed

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Only, the cruelty must be whitewashed by a moral excuse, and a pretence of reluctance.

There was nothing behind him: there was just the whitewashed wall.

The walls were boarded and the ceilings were low, rough and whitewashed.

He raked it across the whitewashed wall and broke the head short off.

I went out and crossed the sandy yard to the whitewashed lighthouse.

Nothing was there but a whitewashed wall that fenced a sheepfold.

The walls of baked clay had been whitewashed and were half-covered with bright flowers.

Bogota and the Argentine Republic have whitewashed many a reputation.'

Old Giorgio had chosen that bare, whitewashed room for a retreat.

Fences around the house were whitewashed and the lawns were always mowed.