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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An arctic atmospheric condition where clouds over snow produce a uniform blankness and objects are difficult to see v. - Lose daylight visibility in heavy fog, snow, or rain; Cover up with a liquid correction fluid.

Usage examples (5)
  • The term 'whiteout' has more than one meaning as being descriptive of weather conditions in snow-covered terrain.
  • 'whiteout' to mean anything else than a snowstorm.
  • 'whiteout' of that description is no different from flying in thick cloud.
  • Strong winds creating near-whiteout conditions in many areas. for more
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