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while (HWIGHL, WIGHL) (conjunction)
During the time that something was going on: "Clarence washed the dishes for Edna while she was out shopping."
while (HWIGHL, WIGHL) (noun)
A period of time: "It took Bruce quite a while to find out what was wrong with the computer."
wile (WIGHL) (verb)
To pass (time) agreeably: "Julia used to wile away her time before she started her job."
wile (WIGHL) (noun)
A deceitful stratagem or trick: "The wile that Lois played on Nick ruined their friendship."
While Emily will wile her time sitting in the park, Victor will do the shopping and meet her for coffee later.
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