- (the possessive case of whosoever used as an attributive adjective): Whosesoever books are overdue will be fined.
- the one or ones belonging to whomsoever: Whosesoever are left here will be confiscated.
Origin of whosesoever
- whoever; whatever person: Whosoever wants to apply should write to the bureau.
Origin of whosoever
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Examples from the Web for whosesoever
The action followed the guilty thing into whosesoever hands it came.The Common Law
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
He made it his, whosesoever it was at first, and his it will always be in history.Stephen Arnold Douglas
William Garrott Brown
I love her not because she is Gisippus's; nay, I love her for that I should love her, whosesoever she was.The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio
Well, whosesoever the responsibility, the deed is done, isnt it?Christmas Roses and Other Stories
Anne Douglas Sedgwick
At whosesoever feet the apple falls he will be the bridegroom of that princess.The Grey Fairy Book
- an archaic or formal word for whoever
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