Here was no glaring new house with a proud phonograph, but a low whitewashed kitchen smelling of cream and cabbage.
V They were in a long whitewashed hall with a clumsy draw-curtain across the front.
She fell with a jolt into a whitewashed hall and sat looking at two scared girls and a young man in wrinkled tights.
The two stones by the path were painted yellow; the outhouse was so overmodestly masked with vines and lattice that it was not concealed at all; the last iron dog remaining in Gopher Prairie stood among whitewashed conch-shells upon the lawn.
However inadequate the rest of the house, he had seen to it that the fundamental cellar should be large and clean, the square pillars whitewashed, and the bins for coal and potatoes and trunks convenient.
The rear of Ezra Stowbody’s bank was whitewashed, and back of it was a concrete walk and a three-foot square of grass, but the window was barred, and behind the bars she saw Willis Woodford cramped over figures in pompous books.
They examined Del’s makeup box, they sniffed the scent of grease-paint, every minute they ran out to peep through the hole in the curtain, they came back to inspect their wigs and costumes, they read on the whitewashed walls of the dressing-rooms the pencil inscriptions: "The Flora Flanders Comedy Company," and "This is a bum theater," and felt that they were companions of these vanished troupers.
There are no more uses of "whitewash" in the book.
Show samples from other sources
One could whitewash all he pleased, and put up comic neon signs, but the aged timbers stood strong under their additional burden.
Harper Lee -- Go Set a Watchman
For ten bucks, you could graffiti your name on Tom Sawyer’s whitewashed fence, but there were few takers.