Definition of milk-white in English:

milk-white

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Pronunciation: /ˈmɪlkwʌɪt
 
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adjective

Of the opaque white colour of milk: her milk-white skin
More example sentences
  • The boy had enticing, green-blue eyes with little flecks of gold, milk-white skin with a slight tint of pink to the cheeks, and little freckles towards the tip of his nose.
  • But then the screen showed him for a second, and they could plainly see it was a little boy, no older than eight, with milk-white skin and glassy, distant eyes.
  • His skin still glistened milk-white and gaunt as ever.

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