Whiteout definitions

wīt'out', hwīt'-
A fluid, usually white, that dries quickly and is applied to printed matter to cover mistakes.
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A weather condition in which heavy windblown or falling snow reduces visibility almost to zero.
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A polar weather condition caused by a heavy cloud cover over the snow, in which the light coming from above is approximately equal to the light reflected from below, and which is characterized by absence of shadow, invisibility of the horizon, and discernibility of only very dark objects.
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A fluid, usually white, that dries quickly and is applied to printed matter to cover mistakes.
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A weather condition in which heavy windblown or falling snow reduces visibility almost to zero.
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A polar weather condition caused by a heavy cloud cover over the snow, in which the light coming from above is approximately equal to the light reflected from below, and which is characterized by absence of shadow, invisibility of the horizon, and discernibility of only very dark objects.
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An optical phenomenon in which the snow-covered ground blends into a uniformly white sky, greatly reducing the visibility of shadows, the horizon, etc. and one's sense of direction or distance.
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A condition in which falling or windblown snow reduces visibility to near zero.
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A heavy snowstorm; a blizzard.
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An Arctic condition, caused by diffuse lighting, in which the horizon can not be distinguished and physical features are lost in the background.
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A white correcting fluid used to cover mistakes in typescript.
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Origin of whiteout

white +"Ž out