noun, plural wil·lets, (especially collectively) wil·let.
Origin of willet
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Later in the day Robert returned with Willet and Tayoga and they had a reunion.
Robert Lennox, Tayoga, Willet, and all the other important characters of the earlier romances reappear in the present book.
Mr. Willet reflected for a few moments, and then muttered as it were mechanically: ‘Let us sing to the praise and glory of—’Charles Dickens and Music|James T. Lightwood
It was Willet who suggested when they came to a slight dip that they make an effort to build a fire.
"And find us on watch," said Willet, an exultant tone appearing in his voice.