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white gold

noun
1.
any of several gold alloys colored white by the presence of nickel, palladium, or platinum.
Origin of white gold
1660-1670
1660-70
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  • The jewel of the southern sky withdraws his light, paling before the white gold from the northern land.

    Mr. Isaacs F. Marion Crawford
  • With a low cry of surprise she reached down and picked up a plain band of white gold.

    Danger at the Drawbridge Mildred A. Wirt
  • So the Star-Child went with the Hare, and in the cleft of a great oak tree he saw the white gold that he was seeking.

    Tell Me Another Story Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
  • She kept her hand closed over the white gold ring so that the old man would not see what she had found.

    Danger at the Drawbridge Mildred A. Wirt
  • They have a red gold and a white gold, which when used together produce an admirable effect.

    Letters to an Unknown Prosper Mrime
  • Noticing the white gold ring which had fallen to the floor, she reached down and picked it up.

    Danger at the Drawbridge Mildred A. Wirt
  • You're so splendid and strong, and your skin is like white gold.

British Dictionary definitions for white gold

white gold

noun
1.
any of various white lustrous hard-wearing alloys containing gold together with platinum and palladium and sometimes smaller amounts of silver, nickel, or copper: used in jewellery
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