wheresoever

Part of speech: adverb

Wherever.

Part of speech: adverb

To what place soever.

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Usage examples "wheresoever":

  1. He shall also have and receive the tithes of all fish- ponds whatsoever, within the said parish, wheresoever made, or that hereafter shall be made. - "John Keble's Parishes", Charlotte M Yonge.
  2. " Let her go," said Sir Percival, " for a maiden, wheresoever she cometh, is free." - "The Legends Of King Arthur And His Knights", James Knowles.
  3. " 'I go wheresoever there is suffering, ' she replied," answered the missionary; " and she departed, going towards the north of America- towards those desolate regions in which there is eternal snow, where the nights are without end." - "The Wandering Jew, Book II.", Eugene Sue.