from whatsoever place, source, or cause.
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How to use whencesoever in a sentence
whencesoever it arose, certain it is that I contemplated the scene before me with altered eyes.Arthur Mervyn | Charles Brockden Brown
whencesoever it arose, it could not endure the test of deliberation.Wieland; or The Transformation | Charles Brockden Brown
He said that whencesoever / these knights come to the Rhine, They bear a royal message, / or are of princely line.The Nibelungenlied | Unknown
Power is present means, whencesoever derived, to attain some future apparent good.
Arabella's yellow locks,—whencesoever they might have come,—were rough and uncombed.The American Senator | Anthony Trollope
British Dictionary definitions for whencesoever
out of whatsoever place, cause, or origin
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