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Wilmot

[ wil-muht ]

noun

  1. David, 1814–68, U.S. politician and jurist: congressman 1845–51; senator 1861–63.


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“The nature of the burlesque scene in London is as diverse as burlesque itself,” said Howard Wilmot, creator of Boylexe/Burlexe.

I thought Mr. Wilmot would think great things of it—it was all wrong and self-satisfied.

Ethel departed on her father's coming in to ask Margaret if she would like to have a visit from Mr. Wilmot.

Oh, Flora, see here, what a famous parcel of books Mr. Wilmot has sent us to choose from.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot said their words of counsel and encouragement, and, by five o'clock, all was over.

An attempt was subsequently made by Sir Eardley Wilmot to obtain a resolution from the house in favour of immediate abolition.

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