A set of three colour coordinates that define the colour white in image processing applications.
She saw a white point on the ground a couple of hundred yards away.
You come from white point, where you helped hold up a freight.
The malady appears at first as a white point, not larger than a pin's head, and remains thus for about three months.
The Government has since put a fine little light in summer on white point, the point off which we lay.
But if white point lacked interest from human associations its setting at least was curiously arresting.
Hanged at white point, Charleston, in 1718, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark.
From a white point of view, the city might be improved by more light.
Mr. Moss was the sole employe of the railroad company at white point flag station.
The journey through the hills was nearly over, and white point was but a short distance ahead.
They cursed everybody and everything, but most of all they cursed the bucolic agent at white point.