Whom

Part of speech: pronoun

The objective ( formerly dative) case of who.

Part of speech: pronoun

Whomsoever.

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Usage examples "whom":

  1. At any rate, after that there were friends to whom one might go- after this?... - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.
  2. Then there were others whom she did not know at all. - "Betty Lee, Freshman", Harriet Pyne Grove.
  3. But you must take after your mother, whom I never saw. - "In Luck at Last", Walter Besant.