So he invented a white lie, and 88 nobody questioned it because of his uniform.
She could not bring herself to speak a lie to him, not even a white lie!
I never knew Baptiste to utter even a white lie: he has as great a horror of falsehood as Madeleine herself.
"I beg pardon, Captain," he said, to which he added a white lie.
I wish that word fib was banished from English language, and white lie drummed out after it.
The Jesuits, say their opponents, teach that at times a "white lie" is permissible.
"You surprised me," Hollister took refuge behind a white lie.
What is the harm of such a white lie as that would have been?
True, in our churches, with but few exceptions, the white lie of silence is daily told.
"I'll do it," replied John, but he soothed his conscience by telling himself that it was a white lie.