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whencesoever

[ hwens-soh-ev-er, wens- ]
/ ˌʰwɛns soʊˈɛv ər, ˌwɛns- /
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adverb, conjunction Archaic.

from whatsoever place, source, or cause.

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Origin of whencesoever

1505–15; modeled on wheresoever; see whence
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British Dictionary definitions for whencesoever

whencesoever
/ (ˌwɛnssəʊˈɛvə) /

conjunction, adverb (subordinating) archaic

out of whatsoever place, cause, or origin
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