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whiles

 (wīlz, hwīlz)
conj. Archaic
While.

[Middle English : while, while; see while + -es, genitive sing. suff.; see -s3.]

whiles

(waɪlz; Scottish hwəɪlz)
adv
at times; occasionally
conj
while; whilst

whiles

(ʰwaɪlz, waɪlz)

conj.
Archaic. while.
[1175–1225]
References in classic literature ?
Spencer Whiles were certainly just a little out of accord with their surroundings.
A young man whom he had once corrected had christened him, half jestingly, Sir Galahad, and certainly his life in London, a life which had to bear all the while the test of the limelight, had appeared to merit some such title.
Even while these thoughts passed through her brain, he turned to talk to her, and she felt at once that little glow of pleasure which the sound of his voice nearly always evoked.
Kenneth Whiles, 71, who suffers from Alzheimers, was found in July to have indecently assaulted two boys and carried out acts of child cruelty.
Garvey working on the organism level and Whiles on the ecosystem level, found that trophic ecology was the key concept that let them work together.
This venue is the first of its kind in this part of the world," says James Dilley, the head of interior design and hospitality at Jestico + Whiles, the firm behind the new Shilling Bar & Brewery.
2%, whiles in international transport the number of passenger-kilometres decreased by 6.
CH2M will be responsible for the internal laboratory design while Jestico + Whiles will design the new laboratory structure.
Architecture and interior design practice Jestico + Whiles has been appointed to design a new hotel resort for RSJ Private Equity, on the island of Zanzibar, off the coast of Tanzania.
Jestico + Whiles - an architectural firm and interior design practice based in London - have won an international design competition to master plan the campus of the British School Muscat.
Peter Whiles, from Deeside, visited his local job-centre every day but felt he was not getting the support he needed to make a fresh start in life.
TONY WHILES visited the Cardiff Franchise Exhibition back in 2011 having just been being made redundant from his sales manager role.