soever

[ soh-ev-er ]
/ soʊˈɛv ər /

adverb

at all; in any case; of any kind; in any way (used with generalizing force after who, what, when, where, how, any, all, etc., sometimes separated by intervening words): Choose what thing soever you please.

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Origin of soever

First recorded in 1510–20; so1 + ever
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soever
/ (səʊˈɛvə) /

adverb

in any way at all: used to emphasize or make less precise a word or phrase, usually in combination with what, where, when, how, etc, or else separated by intervening wordsCompare whatsoever
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