For example, Manhattan billionaire Wilbur Ross and his wife Hilary Geary were cautious in buying.
It looked a bit like the architect Wilbur Post's house on the TV show Mister Ed.
Wilbur caught his breath as the two stood there facing each other, so sharp was the contrast.
As he brooded, occasionally the old man glanced at Wilbur Dill.
In admiring Wilbur she was admiring everything of knowing everything and not neglecting anything.
“May it please the court,” said Wilbur Smythe, standing before the bar.
It was trouble that affected Wilbur Poole, if you'll remember.
He thought of the June day in which he had first met Miss Wilbur—just such a day!
She was thinking, while she listened to Wilbur's rhapsodies.
"I never wanted to keep a shop, I am sure," answered Miss Wilbur.