A comfortable, peaceful, and affluent sort of life; rural paradise: What do I want after this rat-race? The white picket fence
[fr the frequent depiction of such life in such dwellings by filmmakers of the 1930s and '40s]
The man invited the boys to his tent and there pumped his organ until "some white stuff came out of it."
Paul dared not go forward, for fear of treading on piles of white stuff.
It was sort of white stuff, or something, and I told him not to brush it out, but he did anyway.
Almost like a madonna in that white stuff—like a madonna painted by an Apache Indian.
Her dress is white stuff, and she never has it starched; it's just soft and shiny and swishy, and seems to b'long just to her.
What, May, you always thought that white stuff was a plant growth, like mould?
While speaking, he draws open a chest, and takes from it a bundle of some white stuff—apparently linen—loosely rolled.
Her gown was of white stuff, with little spots of red in it, and a narrow red ribbon was shot through the collar.
My attention was first attracted to it by a kind of white stuff that stuck out of the ends.
Not a pillow either, for it was all soft and gooey, and he was sinking into the soft, white stuff deeper and deeper every second!