Selma, my whilom Finnish friend, was having her banns published.
His whilom friend, conscience, came back and gibbered at him.
Why should this man, this whilom friend of his, have everything?
"It's this wye, sir," said his whilom chauffeur, taking grace of words.
To make a long story short, the whilom fine, proud pheasants are of faded hue and look ruffled.
A leaden doggedness had taken the place of his whilom good nature.
He was the whilom steersman we knew as Watson's cub; a very capable-looking man now.
They were all pictures of destitution, and especially the whilom debonair poet.
His whilom arrogance was all fallen from him; he wore instead an air of extreme contrition.
But he will fail; his whilom follower, Mr. Carroll, is too powerful.