whilere

Whilere

Whil`ere"\, adv. [While + ere] A little while ago; recently; just now; erewhile. [Obs.]

Helpeth me now as I did you whilere. --Chaucer.

He who, with all heaven's heraldry, whilere Entered the world. --Milton.
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