• WordNet 3.6
    • n whiteface hardy English breed of dairy cattle raised extensively in United States
    • n whiteface a clown whose face is covered with white make-up
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In literature:

Whiteface appeared spirited, yet gentle.
"To the Last Man" by Zane Grey
I only see an eagle, and it flies towards Whiteface Mountain.
"Pierre And His People, [Tales of the Far North], Complete" by Gilbert Parker
It was morning, and Whitefaced Mountain shone clear and high, without a touch of cloud or mist from its haunches to its crown.
"Romany of the Snows Being A Continuation Of The Personal Histories Of "Pierre And His People" And The Last Existing Records Of Pretty Pierre" by Gilbert Parker
He looked from the little, whitefaced woman on the bed to the bulky figure of Mr. Gribble.
"Night Watches" by W.W. Jacobs
But everything that Whiteface did Jerry saw and remembered, for he knew that Whiteface was playing just for him alone.
"The Circus Comes to Town" by Lebbeus Mitchell
He knew that the Carpenter (or Whiteface, as Johnnie called him) couldn't sting anybody.
"The Tale of Buster Bumblebee" by Arthur Scott Bailey
A quick shudder swept through him and left him steady, whitefaced, cold.
"The Short Cut" by Jackson Gregory
Everyone in Mifflin was a friend to old Whiteface.
"Mary Rose of Mifflin" by Frances R. Sterrett
Alas, she knew; she knew, and cowered against the door whitefaced and shaking.
"In Kings' Byways" by Stanley J. Weyman
Whiteface was his best cow, and a great favorite with all the children.
"The Young Miner" by Horatio Alger, Jr.
Its highest points are Mount Seward (5,100 feet), and Whiteface, nearly 5,000 feet in height.
"The Continental Monthly, Vol 6, No 5, November 1864" by Various
Someone behind me said "Whiteface," and I knew that I was looking straight toward the heart of the Adirondacks.
"At Plattsburg" by Allen French
Such a whitefaced creature I have seldom seen.
"The Orphans of Glen Elder" by Margaret Murray Robertson
Neil and Teeny-bits, having seen them off, prepared to start northward to the Norris place in the Whiteface Mountains.
"The Mark of the Knife" by Clayton H. Ernst
Ever' one of the calves were normal Whitefaces.
"Thy Rocks and Rills" by Robert Ernest Gilbert
Come, pick me up a good heart, Sir Whiteface.
"The Black Arrow" by Robert Louis Stevenson
You little whiteface, you!
"Just Around the Corner" by Fannie Hurst
More astonishing still, the man was trembling and whitefaced as if in alarm at something.
"The Girl Aviators and the Phantom Airship" by Margaret Burnham
Little Jennie Whiteface has a red nose, The longer she lives the shorter she grows.
"English As We Speak It in Ireland" by P. W. Joyce
I climbed Whiteface myself ten years ago.
"The Lucky Piece" by Albert Bigelow Paine

In news:

Whiteface win ups Broncos' playoff chances Meadow is almost certainly in the playoffs, thanks to a big win over Whiteface Friday night.
Staff Photo/Kim Smith Dedam Markers point to the historic accomplishment of completing the Whiteface Veterans' Memorial Highway up Whiteface Mountain, which opened July 20, 1935, at the behest of Franklin D Roosevelt.
The Whiteface Mountain Ski Center has a new general manager.
First gallery photo - 10th Mountain Division Dedication at Whiteface (7 photos).
State should fix Whiteface highway.
Geocaching Workshop scheduled Saturday in Whiteface.
Get close to the Whiteface Region.
Get close to pristine Adirondack woods and waterways, and each other, in the Whiteface Region of New York state, home to legendary Whiteface Mountain and the world-famous Ausable River.
Photo by Jon Lundin The Slides at Whiteface.
Guess what I did yesterday… ski the Slides at Whiteface.
These boys from Whiteface know how to finish.
Wilmington Fire Closes Whiteface and High Falls Gorge.
There've been no injuries, but the blaze has forced officials to close Whiteface Mountain and the High Falls Gorge.
Were strictly for competitions at Whiteface Mountain.
The wedding of Denja Rand and Andrew Weibrecht, both of Lake Placid, took place Sunday at the Whiteface Club and Resort on the shores of Lake Placid.