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- adj. White; pale.
- adv. In a white manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like, or coming near to, white.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- White; pale.
After what seemed five minutes, though it could not have been more than a minute, I saw him flaming whitely upward.
A filled tooth on a hill whitely shining, and a mole in a trap one early June, around its neck a wedding ring.
Under glass chandeliers they float whitely over Europe's largest mall, a monument to old-fashioned walk-in-and-browse shopping.
A few days later, in their Birmingham clinic/studio, a set lit so whitely it feels like a 1960s vision of heaven, I meet John.
We sank our butter knives into the large lump of opaque, garlicky white salo, the lard spread that gleamed whitely from a glazed saucer of hardened clay next to the woven-straw bread basket.
Every morning you can barely get to your hygeine station to wipe off the smut of the night and rinse whitely into my sparking burst of bristles.
Then out of nowhere, overhead, I saw the same red airplane I had seen earlier, except this time it was fighting hard against the wind, its wings buffeting, its landing lights sparking whitely.
In fact, Phineas thought, the light seemed to make no difference to her whatsoever; it was as if she merely absorbed it into her skin, for she appeared to glow whitely from within.
: Dawnfire was joined by Tre'valen; a pair of graceful forms of gold and blue, with whitely glowing eyes.
The answer had been very satisfactory, and Paul smiled whitely at his reflection.