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Whosoever vs. Whatsoever

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Whosoeverpronoun

Whatever person or persons: emphasised or elaborated form of whoever.

‘Whosoever partakes of this elixir shall have eternal life.’;

Whatsoeveradjective

Whatever.

Whosoeverpronoun

Whatsoever person; any person whatever that; whoever.

‘Whosoever will, let him take . . . freely.’;

Whatsoeveradjective

In any way; at all.

‘He gave me no answer whatsoever.’;

Whatsoeverpronoun

(archaic) whatever

Whatsoeverpronoun

Whatever.

‘Whatsoever God hath said unto thee, do.’;

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Whatsoeveradjective

one or some or every or all without specification;

‘give me any peaches you don't want’; ‘not any milk is left’; ‘any child would know that’; ‘pick any card’; ‘any day now’; ‘cars can be rented at almost any airport’; ‘at twilight or any other time’; ‘beyond any doubt’; ‘need any help we can get’; ‘give me whatever peaches you don't want’; ‘no milk whatsoever is left’;

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