An emphatic form of where.
‘Wherever have you been all my life?’;
obsolete spelling of wherever
In or to whatever place; anywhere.
‘You can sit wherever you like.’;
In all places; everywhere.
‘Add quotations wherever they are needed.’; ‘I see mistakes wherever I look.’;
At or in whatever place; wheresoever.
‘He can not but love virtue wherever it is.’;
in or at or to what place;
‘I know where he is’; ‘use it wherever necessary’;
in or to whatever place (emphasizing a lack of restriction)
‘meet me wherever you like’;
in all places; regardless of where
‘it should be available wherever you go to shop’;
used for emphasis instead of ‘where’ in questions, typically expressing surprise or confusion
‘wherever can he have gone to?’;
in every case when
‘use wholegrain breakfast cereals wherever possible’;