Definition of Whitish. Meaning of Whitish. Synonyms of Whitish

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Definition of Whitish

Whitish
Whitish Whit"ish, a. [From White.] 1. Somewhat white; approaching white; white in a moderate degree. 2. (Bot.) Covered with an opaque white powder.

Meaning of Whitish from wikipedia

- English was in 1915. Navajo white (#FFDEAD) #FFDEAD Navajo white is a whitish orange color, and derives its name from its similarity to the background...
- Tuber borchii, known as the whitish truffle or bianchetto truffle, is a small, common species of edible truffle excellent for use in cuisine. Given its...
- albisoma) is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae. This shark is coloured whitish to light grey. This species is found in the western Pacific. The area of...
- Caloboletus radicans, also known as the rooting bolete or whitish bolete, is a large ectomycorrhizal fungus found in Europe under broad-leaved trees,...
- The whitish dwarf squirrel (Prosciurillus leucomus) is a species of rodent in the family Sciuridae. It is endemic to Indonesia, where it is found on Sulawesi...
- lunula, or lunulae (pl.) (from LatinĀ 'little moon'), is the crescent-shaped whitish area of the bed of a fingernail or toenail. In humans, it appears by w****...
- the common names prairie evening-primrose, white-stem evening-primrose, whitish evening primrose, or whitest evening primrose. Oenothera albicaulis is...
- The species, known in the vernacular as the boring white russula or the whitish brittlegill, is nondescript, with a small or medium dirty white fruit body...
- Russulaceae. It is a medium to large agaric with a creamy-buff, hairy cap, whitish gills and short stout stem. The fungus has a cosmopolitan distribution...
- extremely soft and takes on a whitish appearance. However, this white skin should not be confused with the pale, whitish appearance of the new epithelial...