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wheresoever

[ hwair-soh-ev-er, wair- ]
/ ˌʰwɛər soʊˈɛv ər, ˌwɛər- /
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conjunction
in or to whatsoever place; wherever.
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Origin of wheresoever

1275–1325; Middle English, equivalent to whereso wherever (Old English (swā) hwǣr swā) + everever
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British Dictionary definitions for wheresoever

wheresoever
/ (ˌwɛəsəʊˈɛvə) /

conjunction, pronoun, adverb (subordinating)
rare an intensive form of wherever
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