- Whitewash on the forehead hardens the brain into a state of obstinacy perhaps.Chapter 9 (13% in)
- Then, we went into the hut, where there was a smell of tobacco and whitewash, and a bright fire, and a lamp, and a stand of muskets, and a drum, and a low wooden bedstead, like an overgrown mangle without the machinery, capable of holding about a dozen soldiers all at once.Chapter 5 (85% in)
- Anyhow, with whitewash from the wall on my forehead, my obstinacy was adamantine.Chapter 9 (14% in)
- LOT 1 was marked in whitewashed knock-knee letters on the brew house; LOT 2 on that part of the main building which had been so long shut up.Chapter 58 (8% in)
There are no more uses of "whitewash" in Great Expectations.
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