To whichsoever of us shall prove the better men, will they fall as guerdons; and the gods themselves are the judges of the strife.
The priestess replied, whichsoever should first kiss his mother.
That Villon was not his patronymic, whichsoever of his numerous aliases may really deserve that distinction, is certain.
So the retainers must bear the honor, or the shame, whichsoever it may be, of volunteering the advocacy of that remarkable bill.
whichsoever of these we avert, we shall earn gratitude proportionate to the terrible magnitude of the danger.
It seemed that whichsoever way I turned, hell's fiercest fires lapped up around my feet.
To whichsoever city I bent my steps, I managed matters so adroitly, that I made my reputation precede my arrival there.
Still the combat could not last forever; and woe unto us, whichsoever became the victor.
The phrase of whichever (of whichsoever) is used instead of whosever exactly as of which is used instead of whose ( 152).
But this animal, or being, whichsoever it was, surpassed in height all things known to modern science.