conjunction Date: 13th century wherever

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.


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  • Wheresoever — Where so*ev er, adv. In what place soever; in whatever place; wherever. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • wheresoever — [where΄so e er′hwer΄sō ev′ər, wer΄sō ev′ər] adv., conj. at, in, or to whatever place; wherever: an emphatic form: also Old Poet. wheresoe er [where΄so e er′] …   English World dictionary

  • wheresoever — /hwair soh ev euhr, wair /, conj. in or to whatsoever place; wherever. [1275 1325; ME, equiv. to whereso wherever (OE (swa) hwaer swa) + ever EVER] * * * …   Universalium

  • wheresoever — 1. conjunction wherever 2. adverb wherever …   Wiktionary

  • wheresoever — (Roget s IV) conj. & modif. Syn. at whatever place, at which place, wherever, where …   English dictionary for students

  • wheresoever — where|so|ever [ˌweəsəuˈevə US ˈwersouˌevər] adv, conj literary [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: whereso wherever (12 20 centuries) (from where so) + ever] another word for ↑wherever …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • wheresoever — where|so|ev|er [ ,wersou evər, ,hwersou evər ] adverb, conjunction LITERARY, LEGAL used for emphasis to mean wherever …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • wheresoever — adv. 1389 B …   Oldest English Words

  • wheresoever — conj. in every place that; to every place that; anyplace; where? (Archaic) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • wheresoever — adverb & conj. formal word for wherever …   English new terms dictionary

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