whiten

[v] - turn white
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Whiten

Whit'en intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Whitened ; present participle & verbal noun Whitening .] [ Middle English whitenen ; confer Icelandic hvītna .] To grow white; to turn or become white or whiter;...
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Whiten

Whit'en transitive verb To make white; to bleach; to blanch; to whitewash; as, to whiten a wall; to whiten cloth. « The broad stream of the Foyle then whitened by vast flocks of wild swans.» Macaulay. Syn. -- See Blanch .
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whiten

To grow white; to turn or become white or whiter; as, the hair whitens with age; the sea whitens with foam; the trees in spring whiten with blossoms. ... Origin: OE. Whitenen; cf. Icel. Hvitna. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Whiten

• (v. t.) To make white; to bleach; to blanch; to whitewash; as, to whiten a wall; to whiten cloth. • (v. i.) To grow white; to turn or become white or whiter; as, the hair whitens with age; the sea whitens with foam; the trees in spring whiten with blossoms.
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