In sports, a white person's inability to jump high
Blench; a piece of white money; a mere peppercorn or nominal rent.
Sure enough we emptied our purses of pennies and some white money.
Throw a bit of white money into the four corners of the house.
He could also drink rum; so whenever he got any white money he knew how to spend it.
Such masses of white money had never been seen in those countries; no-one indeed was to be heard of who had seen so much.