Still, the exposed skin on my face and hands felt drawn and hot, stinging, a fire of whiteness, a burning Caucasian husk.
Linda wanted desperately to preserve the whiteness of her skin, the flexible black distinction of her hair, yes—her beauty.
whiteness is predicated of one thing in a greater or less degree than of another.
Just an atom of whiteness, folded up in its smooth brown shell.
So with all the whiteness there is, too, the most delicate colouring.
At whiteness (see diagram) it will be seen that the inclined strata are covered by a newer deposit, a, in horizontal beds.
It was the whiteness of the whale that above all things appalled me.
She could not speak, but looked at him in blank dismay, her great black eyes wildly open, her lips quivering in their whiteness.
It is that whiteness which invests him, a thing expressed by the name he bears.
As I talked to Emily I became dimly aware of a whiteness over the ground.