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whatsoever

adjective all without specification, any, anything, every, everything, some, whatever
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whatsoever

adverb any kind, any sort, at all, of any description, whatever
See also: whatever
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Whatsoever first came into our heads we spoke of--whatsoever came riven from our hearts, whatsoever seemed to call for utterance, found voice.
In short, the old man was perfectly happy, and gossiped about whatsoever first entered his head.
Whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are honest and of good report, think on these things.
tales of land and sea And whatsoever might betide The great forgotten world outside.
MEPHISTOPHILIS SHALL DO FOR HIM, AND BRING HIM WHATSOEVER HE
Dawn was breaking when, without any warning whatsoever, Pinocchio found his path barred by a deep pool full of water the color of muddy coffee.
Whatsoever the public meeting held in Coketown, and whatsoever the subject of such meeting, some Coketowner was sure to seize the occasion of alluding to his eminently practical friend Gradgrind.
noufjewellery Whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is on the earth glorifies Allah.
Mr Keys, 62, who was living in Llanuwchllyn, near Bala, in North Wales, at the time of his son's death, said: "The forthcoming election should have no bearing whatsoever on the Chilcot report - none whatsoever.
for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content.
I have no concerns whatsoever," the England manager said.
In his recent protesting statement over recent martyrdom of Maulana Usman and three innocent students of seminary, he was furious over the easy access of terrorists to their any desired prey, despite seminary students being totally irrelevant to any form of terrorism whatsoever.