For, at Penn State, the whitewash has replaced the whiteout, and the “Greatest Show” is nearing its end.
She must whitewash these brown men and women, rid them of their savage, slavish ways, and repaint them in her own image.
Weitz was tarred and feathered for the whitewash, an experience “that killed me,” he said the other day.
However, removing the ban right now will whitewash his sins and make him more electable.
How could she have allowed herself to whitewash such monstrosity?
What would he have said of the whitewash of unimputed righteousness?
At all events, its colour remained unimpaired by paint or whitewash.
Cleanliness depended entirely on whitewash, soap and water and sweeping, which in turn depended on the prisoners themselves.
And Mr. Crow said: "The trouble about whitewash is that it's too hard to keep it on."
I do believe, said Bessie, that Isabella herself rode on a whitewash brush!