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white·list

 (wīt′lĭst′, hwīt′-)
n.
A list of people or organizations that have been approved to receive special considerations or privileges.
tr.v. white·list·ed, white·list·ing, white·lists
To place on a whitelist.

whitelist


Past participle: whitelisted
Gerund: whitelisting

Imperative
whitelist
whitelist
Present
I whitelist
you whitelist
he/she/it whitelists
we whitelist
you whitelist
they whitelist
Preterite
I whitelisted
you whitelisted
he/she/it whitelisted
we whitelisted
you whitelisted
they whitelisted
Present Continuous
I am whitelisting
you are whitelisting
he/she/it is whitelisting
we are whitelisting
you are whitelisting
they are whitelisting
Present Perfect
I have whitelisted
you have whitelisted
he/she/it has whitelisted
we have whitelisted
you have whitelisted
they have whitelisted
Past Continuous
I was whitelisting
you were whitelisting
he/she/it was whitelisting
we were whitelisting
you were whitelisting
they were whitelisting
Past Perfect
I had whitelisted
you had whitelisted
he/she/it had whitelisted
we had whitelisted
you had whitelisted
they had whitelisted
Future
I will whitelist
you will whitelist
he/she/it will whitelist
we will whitelist
you will whitelist
they will whitelist
Future Perfect
I will have whitelisted
you will have whitelisted
he/she/it will have whitelisted
we will have whitelisted
you will have whitelisted
they will have whitelisted
Future Continuous
I will be whitelisting
you will be whitelisting
he/she/it will be whitelisting
we will be whitelisting
you will be whitelisting
they will be whitelisting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been whitelisting
you have been whitelisting
he/she/it has been whitelisting
we have been whitelisting
you have been whitelisting
they have been whitelisting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been whitelisting
you will have been whitelisting
he/she/it will have been whitelisting
we will have been whitelisting
you will have been whitelisting
they will have been whitelisting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been whitelisting
you had been whitelisting
he/she/it had been whitelisting
we had been whitelisting
you had been whitelisting
they had been whitelisting
Conditional
I would whitelist
you would whitelist
he/she/it would whitelist
we would whitelist
you would whitelist
they would whitelist
Past Conditional
I would have whitelisted
you would have whitelisted
he/she/it would have whitelisted
we would have whitelisted
you would have whitelisted
they would have whitelisted
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