white book

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  1. an official report issued by a government, usually bound in white.

Origin of white book

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50

Words Nearby white book

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How to use white book in a sentence

  • Clytie's low-necked white book muslin rested softly on Clytie's white, plump shoulders.

    Selected Stories | Bret Harte
  • Her mind was a white book, with clear writing about weather and beasts and growing things.

    O Pioneers! | Willa Cather
  • I'm gettin' a new frock, white book muslin, trimmed wi' green leaves an' a green sash.

    The Guinea Stamp | Annie S. Swan
  • The filmy white had been lifted in the process of sewing, and a little exquisitely bound white book was disclosed beneath it.

    In the Wilderness | Robert Hichens
  • This I may give in full from the very lame translation in the American white book.

British Dictionary definitions for white book

white book

  1. an official government publication in some countries

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