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His whilom arrogance was all fallen from him; he wore instead an air of extreme contrition.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
He was sorry to hear that his whilom chums, the "captain" and "lieutenant," were ill.
Ygg whilom stuck a sleep-thorn in the robe of the maid who would heroes choose.
He was not doubtful of me, not then, but of human nature in general; that whilom noble edifice was tottering.
"Nay, but Master Gideon slept whilom upon his post," continued Gerald, mimicking him.
Then was it accomplished that Merlin whilom said, that mickle care should come of Arthur's departure.
Less than a twelvemonth afterwards King Francis followed his whilom mistress to the tomb.
It appeared that Mrs. Steel's identity with the whilom Mrs. Minchin had not only leaked out in Delverton.
Squire Boatfield did his best to wrap the disappearance of his whilom friend in impenetrable veils of mystery.
They were all pictures of destitution, and especially the whilom debonair poet.
THE GREY CLOAKHAROLD MACGRATH

WORDS RELATED TO WHILOM

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