Definition of whiter than white in English:

whiter than white

1Extremely white.
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  • He smiled, showing off two perfectly straight rows of clean whiter than white teeth.
  • The wall fronting Strand Street was gleaming whiter than white in the spring sunshine..
  • They are polishing the Santiago Bernabeu right now, scrubbing up the exterior to make it look whiter than white in this the centenary year.
1.1Morally beyond reproach.
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  • If our glorious leaders want to be so righteous and take the stance they have then in my mind they should be above reproach themselves, whiter than white.
  • The conclusions they came to do not surprise me because this chief constable must be seen to be whiter than white with no black marks,’ he said.
  • He seems to believe they are whiter than white when it comes to sectarianism and criminality.
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