Mary Anderson, erstwhile the queen of America's stage
his erstwhile rivals
translation of 'erstwhile'
The stately buildings, 'erstwhile' the abode of the honoured and wealthy of the city, are now tenanted by humble toilers, or turned into places of business.
Getting a brand that was 'erstwhile' pushed by James Bond himself?
The future, as foreseen by Douglas Hurd, 'erstwhile' Foreign Secretary to Margaret Thatcher, looks intriguing.
Thus it came to pass that one of the islands of the Archipelago of Bermuda, 'erstwhile' the haunt of buccaneers, became the lair of another gang.
But there's nothing like a common enemy to get 'erstwhile' rivals to work together.
Oil money has corrupted the media and a considerable segment of 'erstwhile' critical intellectuals.
Many of the president's 'erstwhile' critics seem willing to give him a chance.
Or is it more a question of a prime minister losing the trust of his people, including some his 'erstwhile' friends and allies?
He assuredly bumped off a formidable array of 'erstwhile' friends and possible rivals.
To be fair to the script writers, they have made Todd behave in a way which entitled his 'erstwhile' friends and neighbours to complain about his conduct.
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