white rose
 n.— «“Uh-oh,” Brook said as she came across a couple of wads of toilet paper—or “white roses” as the stewards call them. “I’m not too impressed.” Brook and Haskell tidied up one of the campsites, took down a makeshift clothesline and spoke briefly with another camper on the island about responsible island use.» —“Keeping an eye on islands” by Anne Gleason Portland Press Herald and Main Sunday Telegram (Maine) July 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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