a walking stick used by a blind person for feeling the way: painted white as a sign to others that the person is blind
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How to use white stick in a sentence
When his time came he invested one cent in a clean white stick of candy and the remaining two in a postage stamp.
A lady said I was like a white stick of celery grown in a dark cellar.The Celebrity at Home | Violet Hunt
I remembered the man who placed in his mouth a white stick, by which he could make himself and the stick invisible.Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales | Hans Christian Andersen
The Colonel, who was carrying a long white stick as a distinguishing mark, moved in front of his command and felt for the route.History of the War in South Africa 1899-1902 v. 1 (of 4) | Sir Frederick Maurice.
He was the father of Sir Walsingham, the portrait in the gallery with the white stick.Henrietta Temple | Benjamin Disraeli