- conj. Obsolete form of whilst.
“Husband agrees that the higher price then didn't matter: cheaper than a divorce over our "chats" whilest traversing the name changing, direction changing, bifurcating streets of Guadalajara while trying to find our location on a Guia Roji map and looking for non-existant or hidden street signs.”
“They are the founding blocks that support the nation/empire, (that should be the ones to resolve matters at hand but do not) whilest weathering the elements that erode, like crime, failing economy, legal abuse, neglect, and other facts of life around them that the people suffer/tolerate.”
“Bodging together a hull design form X, Weapons system from Y & a power plant from 1968 is like tying both arms in a bucket whilest blindfolding your feet.”
“By the way juliette completely off topic but I know you have looked at plastic surgeons in some detail, no I don't want a boob job, but after being filmed by some tourists in Windsor over the weekend, I finally saw my profile since the last time I had my nose broken last October and my nose whilest looking great head on actually looks like a cross between Pete Townshend and a porpoise.”
“Never have I seen, O my sister, more hideous being than this Hunchback 404 whilest the young lady is the likest of all folk to this young man, albeit even fairer than he, — And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day and ceased her permitted say.”
“PS- Geof, whilest not a snob, I like the ESV, too.”
“Comrade minister, these categorisation for the convienience of management, whilest helpful can sometimes take a life of their own.”
““I know not what I appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell, whilest the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.””
“I got through this by being 100% frank about my limited experience with these two wheels and giving them a quick guided tour of wheel construction whilest oiling the poor wheels copiously.”
“Sorry darlun, in Arkansas, Goats is what ya keep in yer front yard to eat washin' machines, rusted cars, used baby toys and diapers, fast food wrappers, any kinda soup can... well, ya know just about ever thang what's throwed out the house whilest spring cleanin.”
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