a white-colored chip having the lowest value (contrasted with blue chip).
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How to use white chip in a sentence
In fact, he grew so excessively cautious that anybody could bluff him out of quite large pots merely by reaching for a white chip.Pieces of Hate | Heywood Broun
Bessie had not a blue bonnet; her bonnet was white chip and pink may—the enemy's colors.The Vicissitudes of Bessie Fairfax | Harriet Parr
It is true that a splash had fallen on the white chip crown, but my brother was always ready with comfort.The Secret of Charlotte Bront | Frederika Macdonald
He lifted his line, caught an unusually large white chip on the hook and drew it to the land.The Tree of Appomattox | Joseph A. Altsheler
“Oh, nothing, just a white chip on the table,” Forrest answered lightly.The Little Lady of the Big House | Jack London