urban

Definition funny of Whited:

urbanThis is when someone has smoked too much weed and they faint and they're sick and they turn really white.

urbanOhmigod! I can't believe that Chantelle whited, what a pothead!

songs

Songs about Whited:

songsBlue Rondo a la Turk (arr. B. Whited for strings) by String Fever from the Album It don't mean a thing

songsDon't Judge Me (feat. Bethany Whited) by Jake Naugle from the Album Don't Judge Me (feat. Bethany Whited)

songsI Wanna Turn Your Love On High (feat. John Whited & Jeff Fries) by Noah Broe from the Album Getcha Soul Ride On

songsJust a Little Too Crazy (For You) [feat. John Whited & Jeff Fries] by Noah Broe from the Album Getcha Soul Ride On

songsWhited Sepulcher by Trigger The Bloodshed from the Album Purgation

songsWhited Sepulcher by Trigger The Bloodshed from the Album Purgation

songsWhited Sepulcher by Trigger The Blood from the Album Purgation

books

Books about Whited:

booksWhited Sepulchres: A Mediaeval Mystery by C B Hanley (Oct 15, 2014)

booksWhited Out: Unique Perspectives on Black Identity and Honors Achievement (Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern... by Anthony A. Pittman (Feb 6, 2009)

booksWhited Sepulchres (Inspector William Monk Mystery) by Anne Perry (Nov 12, 1998)

booksWhited Supulchres by Chris Grummitt (Mar 26, 2014)

booksThe Whited Wall: The Christian Guide to a life free of Hypocrisy and Deception by Tosin A. Adeola (Mar 26, 2014)

booksWhited Sepulchres: Judgment Must Begin at the House of God by Albert Anderson and Aimee Anderson (Nov 1, 2001)

booksWhited Sepulchres by Frank J. Hickey (Jul 11, 2009)

wiki

Wiki information Whited:

Ed Whited
Baseball Third baseman, Person, Athlete, Measured person, Baseball Player

Edward Morris Whited is a former Major League Baseball third baseman who played for one season. He played for the Atlanta Braves in 36 games during the 1989 Atlanta Braves season.

Whited Township
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region

Whited Township is a township in Kanabec County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 808 at the 2000 census.