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Definition of "wilk" [wilk]

  • Obsolete form of whelk. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wilk" in a sentence
  • "The periwinkle and wilk interest has sustained a severe shock; but potatoes continue to be _done_ much as usual."
  • "He gave to the French a necklace, which he called _cantaride_, formed of wilk shells, in exchange for articles of dress, a poll-axe, and knives."
  • "I am not realy fond of the idea of coughlin rotating wilk, and kehl on the weakside."